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Ishigedjei : Long story short....
I had a car accident few months ago(it was my fault....but don't ask why,I wasn't even drunk)
and other driver went to hospital to check his health.His insurance payed the bill for him and now they are after me since it was my mistake.They sent me a $9.000 bill and I can't afford to pay it(I have no health insurace,my car insurance covers car problems only).I have $4.000 in my account and I'm paying rent,electricity,family....e.t.c and I don't have a job.
If I ignore that bill what will happen?Can the Police take that $4.000 money from my account without my permission? Do I HAVE to file

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seogertafor : There is no such thing as car insurance that covers car problems, you apparently just had a warranty. You needed actual car insurance with the state mandated liability coverage. The liability would have paid his medical bills. You having or not having health insurance is of no consequence.

His insurance is correct in coming after you. You caused the accident so you must pay. If you ignore the bill it will go to collections. It is not uncommon for the insurance company to go to court and force the courts to garnish your wages.
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Alibabamen : A company estimates that it will need $65,000 in 16 years to replace a computer. If it establishes a sinking fund by making fixed monthly payments into an account paying 6% compounded monthly, how much should each payment be?
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enurmouse : If y’all had forgotten about Republicans working for a decade or more to take down ACORN, you certainly remember the fraudulent O’Keefe tapes. Well, here’s a recap. The organization was put out of business three years ago, even though they were cleared of wrongdoing.

"ACORN, also known as the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, came under heavy fire in the fall of 2009 after conservative videographer James O'Keefe released a set of selectively edited videos that appeared to show its employees offering advice on tax avoidance related to prostitution and child smuggling. Independent investigations by the California attorney general, the Massachusetts attorney general and the Brooklyn, N.Y., district attorney would later clear ACORN of criminal wrongdoing, and an investigation by the Government Accountability Office would clear ACORN of charges that it mishandled federal funds."
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IllexRitkit : if it doesnt exist....why is there money being spent to cut
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engigMeme : Why do you keep posting this lie? They still exist. They just changed their name. That may have fooled you, but the rest of us are on to it.
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WhakBanocoamn : Maybe it's the spinoff groups
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ipermMaria : Because it merely changed it's name.
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Varvef : If it doesn't exist in some form or another, there would be no need for a vote and no need for you to ask the question.
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frontruntex : ACORN will grow into a mighty OAK.
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