A two-vehicle crash was reported to have taken place in Santa Clarita on Monday, October 19th. Los Angeles County Fire Department received information that the accident took place between Cinema Drive and Bouquet Canyon Road at around 1:30 p.m. The vehicles involved were a black pick-up truck and a white van. The crash damaged the front side of both vehicles. No one was injured in the incident.
What Can You Do if an At-Fault Driver Doesn’t Have Auto Insurance?
Although it is mandatory for California car owners to have auto insurance, it is possible that you will get into a car accident with an out of state driver. This is relevant because there are two states that do not require drivers to have auto insurance – Virginia and New Hampshire. Thus, if you were involved in a car accident with a driver registered to any of these states, you need to file a claim against the individuals directly, since they won’t have an insurance provider to cover the damages and injuries that you experience during the accident. If you’d like to consult a Californian lawyer to discuss more on what to do when facing this type of situation, you can call us at (800) 310-1606 for a free initial consultation, available 24/7.
Source: Signal SCV