Can I sue my auto insurance company?
A customer has the right to sue their auto insurance company if the auto insurance company wrongfully causes him or her to incur damages. As a practical matter, it may or may not be necessary to bring a lawsuit against a driver’s own auto insurance company after an accident. One scenario in which bringing a lawsuit against an injured party’s own auto insurance company may be necessary is if the driver at fault for the accident does not carry sufficient insurance coverage to cover all of the damage or injuries caused by the accident. In this situation, the innocent party must rely on his or her own coverage to pay for the harm caused by the uninsured or underinsured driver, called UIM insurance. A lawsuit may be necessary if the driver and his or her own insurance company cannot agree on the value of the damages.
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