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- April 11, 2007 at 3:15 am #251683Guest
I think if your DD is not at fault for the accident and you are not
having your insurance company pay for damages there, that part of it
should not effect anything.
The speeding ticket will. Check rates first and see what happens. It
may not be in your best interest to switch right at the moment. I
think insrance companies checks every 6 months when the policy is
renewed, or however long your policy runs, so you may only be able to
keep lower rates for so long with you rcurrent company.
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> About a week ago my husband received a speeding ticket. Tonight
our oldest DD was in a auto accident. She was at a red light at a
turning left lane. The vehicle in front of her backed up into her
and hit her. We think that he changed his mind about going left and
backed up to go right and hit her. The scratches (small ones) on his
bumper do not match with where her license plate is. She took
pictures with her phone camera. She didn’t get a ticket for it. The
problem is that I have a friend who is an insurance agent and has
been wanting us to switch to Allstate from Farmers Insurance. I gave
her all the information and we were in process of switching. What do
we do now with a speeding ticket and an accident. Is it a good idea
to change insurance companies now.
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