How long does it take for an insurance company to pay out if they have to do an investigation?

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How long can an insurance company stall before paying your claim?

The laws vary from state to state concerning time requirements on reporting/responding to losses. Additionally, many states do not have a specific insurance regulation saying

Can carriers raise your premiums for a serious accident where your car is totaled and the insurance company pays for your car but the insurance investigator ruled that the accident was not your fault?

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Why do insurance companies take so long to pay when their insured driver is at fault?

Answer . Insurance companies are in the business of doing what's best for THEM. They don't care that you are having trouble because of the loss that their client caused..

Why do insurance companies take so long to pay?

Not all insurance companies take so long. One thing that it could be is the majority of the carriers send out a letter to the insureds asking if they have any other coverage.

How long does it take for life insurance to pay?

Once you properly file your claim it only take a few short weeks to get your settlement. Contact the agent that sold the policy and enlist his help. If not available just call
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How long can an insurance co take to pay for your totaled car?

The general answer, absent a contractual or statutory requirement is, "a reasonable time". When a car is determined to be a total loss, it essentially means that the insurer
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How long to pay insurance premium to Insurance Company after accident?

In general, insurance policies will have a grace period within which premiums can be paid after the regular due date. If the premium is paid within the grace period, coverage