My question involves insurance law for the state of: Hawaii.
As far fetched as it sounds, I would appreciate information taking into account that my statements are in fact, true.
PERSON A received a notice that their license was suspended stemming from an accident they were not present at. Upon contacting the collecting agency looking for payment, they were informed they had received summons on numerous occasions and that their failure to not appear, or pay, resulted in the suspension. They had received no notices; for unknown reasons.
Taking into account the following parameters, I would like to know what information was needed for this to have come about. (PERSON B providing PERSON C)
There is no police report.
PERSON A was not at the scene of the accident, nor is the vehicle in question registered to their name, or place of employment.
PERSON B shares a household with PERSON A and was also the party involved in the accident and has access to personal data of PERSON A; mail and SSN among other things.
For someone who was not there to be named as the driver of the accident between PERSON B and PERSON C, what information would PERSON B, needed to have given PERSON C, about PERSON A?