Q: Can I owe money to an insurer even when I’m not their customer?

A: You can owe a debt to an insurer when you are not their customer – for example, if you cause a car accident and you don’t have insurance, the insurer of the other car can seek payment for the damage from you. If you’re experiencing financial hardship, you can work with the insurer to come up with a repayment arrangement that is affordable for you. This could involve extending the period of repayment and reducing the amount of each payment and/or postponing payments for an agreed period.

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