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QLD Car Accident - No Car Insurance and Unlicensed Driver

Discussion in 'Traffic Law Forum' started by Dossie, 18 April 2015.

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  1. Dossie

    Dossie Member

    18 April 2015
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    I was involved in a car accident and discovered I was uninsured and the other driver didn't have car insurance or a drivers licence. Both of us believing we are not at fault, and both cars written off, what are the implications of him being unlicensed?
  2. Rod

    Rod Well-Known Member

    27 May 2014
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    He is in a spot of bother. He should not have been driving and therefore the accident is his fault. It may be mitigated by circumstances (eg you are not allowed to deliberately ram unlicensed drivers).

    You are allowed to drive as you have a licence. However you assume the risk in accidents caused by you if you have no insurance.

    Trouble is can you get any money from someone with no car, license or insurance. Maybe some kind of payment plan is the best you can hope for.

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