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Praetorian insurance | Who are they?
I was recently involved in a hit and run accident. The police located the person and he was a juvenile. My car is totalled and his mother has praetorian insurance.
Can I make a claim against this insurance to recoup my losses?
Yeah, you can. The insurance company (praetorian) insured the vehicle. The old saying is: Insurance follows the car. Therefore, the driver (the juvenile) is covered (as long as she had permission to drive this car).
You should make a total loss claim against this insurance company as soon as you can.
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