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The victim in an auto collision suffered $40,000 in vehicle damages, $7,400 in rental expenses, and a $13,000 diminishment in value of the vehicle, but the at-fault party only carries minimum coverage limits. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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Editor’s Note: What happens when a driver’s insurance limits are insufficient to compensate the victim in a collision?

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