If my daughter allowed her friend to drive my vehicle and she crashed it, can I take her to court to pay for some or all of the loan?

Question Details: I gave permission to drive my car and in turn she allowed her friend to drive the car. Her friend crashed the car resulting in the car being totaled. To not get the girl in trouble I told my insurance company that I gave her permission thinking the mother of the driver would help pay the remains of my loan after the insurance paid. I owe another $6200 on the car and the girl and her mother say they don't have to pay.

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