A CDL driver working for a trucking company driving without insurance? Wow. Don’t bother giving a letter to the police. They’re not going to issue a ticket after the fact. The BMV may issue an administrative fine, points, and/or license suspension to the driver for driving w/o insurance BEST INDEPENDENT TRUCK COMPANY T-SHIRT would be essentially the same result as a ticket anyway. I don’t normally jump on the “sue them!” train, but in this case, I think it’d be super easy to recover damages from the driver and/or company in small claims court. Part of me says that because a commercial trucking company that shady (that they operate semis without insurance) needs to be sued as often as possible until they clean up their act or go out of business. The cool thing is this seems like a defendant where you can collect judgment because they have vehicles and other assets.
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I’d try to file a police report and see how that goes down if nothing else you might have a case in suing the company for damages simply because of a lack of insurance. Not a lawyer, but I do work in insurance in the state of Ohio. You should turn the letter into your insurer and ask them if they intend on going after the other driver. Your state may have subrogation laws BEST INDEPENDENT TRUCK COMPANY T-SHIRT allow the insurer in these cases to try to recover not at fault damages from the responsible party-sometimes including getting your deductible back to you. It’s not guaranteed, and it can take a long time, but it’s worth talking to your insurer about. You probably need to sue the owner of the truck, not the driver, in small claims for your deductible. Your insurance company may sue them for their part, too.
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