Re: Subrogation Claim Against an Uninsured, At-Fault Driver
Yep - you're responsible for the amt. the other driver's ins. co. paid out. They can sue & get a judgment against you if you don't pay the amt. owed. If you don't pay the judgment, they can seize assets that are non-exempt in your state. (You didn't give us the name of your state.)
You probably will also lose you lic. for not having ins.
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