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My wife and I are nearing the end of a lease on a Subaru Crosstrek. About a year ago she was in an accident that required extensive repairs without totaling the car. Importantly, the other driver was 100% at fault. We've met with the dealership a couple of times since then and they have brought up that the Crosstrek now has $5-6k diminished value.
(Here's more on what to do after a car accident.) Although you may feel that you have not caused the accident, you should contact your insurance company anyway. This establishes your good-faith accident-reporting effort and can aid you if the other party's insurer denies responsibility for the accident and you need to make a collision claim.
I'll try to keep this short. Me and my wife got into an automobile accident. The driver was at fault (police report and everything). I only have liability insurance on the car so my insurance company told me to directly call other persons insurance company. My car was a 2002 Honda Civic (completely
p.s. the car was parked at a designated location and the accident was not my fault. S. seniorjudge Senior Member. Jan 24, 2006 #2 Kaya said: State - CA. Hello, my brand new car (Mercedes.B E350 2006 less then 2 weeks old) was hit while parallel parked on the street. the car is leased not
Do I have to pay my deductible if I'm not at fault? When you file a claim with your car insurance company, you may find yourself paying your deductible after an accident even if you don't feel you are at fault. This commonly happens when fault is not determined before you bring your car in for repairs as a result of an accident.