My car was stolen several months ago and the insurance company has not paid for the claim. I need to buy a new car, but Im stuck making monthly car payments on my stolen car until the insurance company decides to pay. I cant afford two monthly car payments at the same time, what can I do?

In order to protect your credit history, it is best to continue making car payments on your stolen auto until the insurance company pays your creditor for the value of your stolen car.

If you had no choice but to purchase a new car and could not afford to make payments at the same time on your stolen car and your credit was damaged as a sole result of your insurance company's denial of your stolen auto claim, you may have an insurance bad faith case. For a free consultation and case evaluation, please contact our office to discuss your situation in more detail.