In Utah, what happens if you get into an auto accident without insurance?

In Utah, what happens if you get into an auto accident without insurance?

If you were to get into an automobile accident and you were to blame, but you didn'-t have insurance, what would happen?

DER

They kick you out of LDS.

Mushu

The owner of the other car would claim his damages through his own insurance company. Then his company would send you a bill for all the money they spent on that claim.

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