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A truck accidentally bumped into my shop and destroy my products

An accident occured last week in the street where our fruit shop was located. The truck lost its brakes but instead of killing a lot of people, the driver chose to jump and let the truck bump to the fruits since its soft. If the truck has insurance for accidents, can they actually use it to pay us or it will be just used for the repairment of truck only?

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    We cannot predict accidents that happened around us. Most companies today and vehicles have insurances. In this situation, the one who caused the accident is the truck. The owner or company whose truck is under will be paying for the damages and losses for that day. Usually, the company has insurance for occasions like this.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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