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    The general about 5 years ago

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    HI

    Yes, you can sue someone. However, unlike you, they might not have any assets. You may not be able to collect from them if they do not have assets. You should have the total of all your assets (including the house) or $100,000, whichever is less, in property damage liability coverage. If the total of all your assets (including the house) is more than $300,000, then you should have $300,000 in bodily injury liability insurance AND have umbrella insurance with limits equal to the total of all your assets (including the house) over 4 years ago

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