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Can a car be paid off for liability only?
I was driving my car last night and swerved to miss a deer and hit a tree.
There is severe damage to the car and most likely it will be totalled.
The problem is I only have liability on the car. Is there anyway this car will be paid off and will I be able to get a another car?
Nope. Sounds like you have no coverage.
The car will not be paid by the insurance company. The question is, why do you have a loan and not full coverage?
Unfortunately, if all you have is liability, the coverage only applies to damages to third parties. Please see:
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