We have comprehensive insurance with Nationwide. My wife recently rear ended her covered Tesla. During the damage assessment stage, Nationwide’s investigative officer called us and demanded a copy of my son’s driver’s license and the copy of the title on a 2nd Tesla that is also insured by them. We explained that my son was not in the car and had little to do with the accident. In fact, my son is covered with Progressive auto insurance for a Prius that he alone drives. Nationwide has insisted that we provide my son’s driver’s license and copy of the title on the other Tesla or they will put a hold on repairs. Can they legally use these coercive tactics and get away with it in the State of Oregon?
Appreciate some clarity on the above. Also pls recommend a couple of good attorneys who can help with this case.
Thanks in advance.