The first time your 19-year-old daughter had an accident while she was away at college she was very fortunate. With only a little damage to her car and none to the other vehicle, the accident did not even require a police report. Not anxious to reporte to the insurance even though the accident was the other driver’s fault, you were able to get the repairs completed through the generosity and commonsense of the driver who admitted that she had tried to make it through a yellow light. Misjudging both the timing and the distance, the other driver was able to avoid a head-on collision with someone who had already started through the intersection. Unfortunately in avoiding that head on collision she had instead side swiped the front end of your daughter’s car.
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