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Asked on: 10/04/12, 12:52 pm

I live in the state of TX. My car was totaled by another driver. The value of my car is $15K but I owe $19K. Can I sue the driver's insurance company to get the $4K difference. If yes, what actions should I take?

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Answered on: 10/04/12, 1:06 pm by Roger Merrill

No, the amount owed is not relevant when determining how much to pay for the total loss damages.


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Answered on: 10/04/12, 1:09 pm by Jeffrey Brashear

Based on what you have written, property damage is not determined by the amount owed on a vehicle. Property damages and personal injury damages are two different matters when dealing with an auto accident.


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