If you were the only person in your car, would you go to a court to fight it?

Car insurance company CarInsurance.com surveyed drivers and found that a majority of them would file a lawsuit against their car insurance company, or at least try to.

The company found that nearly one in four drivers surveyed would sue their car insurer if they had to pay for an accident with their car.

It found that the number of drivers who would file such a lawsuit has doubled over the last five years.

The survey also found that about one-third of drivers said they would sue if they could.

One in six drivers surveyed said they are more likely to file a case than if they couldn’t.

In addition to the rise in the number and size of lawsuits, the survey found that drivers are more willing to file claims against their insurance company.

The number of insurance claims filed by drivers jumped 17% between 2009 and 2015.

The majority of drivers polled said they expected their insurance companies to drop coverage for an incident with their vehicle.

About half of drivers (49%) said that if their car was totaled in an accident, they would not be reimbursed by their insurance carriers.

One in five drivers (19%) said they had lost the insurance they had.