my truck was parked infront of my house and was hit now undrivable should the guy who hit my truck insurance cover a rental ?
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Insurance Question from Buffalo, NY
Asked on 10/17/2011
my truck was parked infront of my house and was hit now undrivable should the guy who hit my truck insurance cover a rental ? NULL
Answer given on October 18, 2011
The liability insurance of the person who is at-fault for the accident should cover your rental car. Talk to their insurance company, advise them your car is no drivable. They may send out an adjuster to verify. It should also be towed to shop for repair. His insurance should cover this cost, including a rental car until your car is repair. Call his company directly.
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