How much on average will a new person pay for car and health insurance?
There is no average cost for any age groups auto insurance. There are far too many factors that go into the calculation of auto insurance premiums to randomly come up with the numbers. In addition to the age of the driver, you have marital status, good student discounts, driver education discounts, make, model, year, of vehicle, discounts and surcharges for type of vehicle, coverage limits, multi-car discount, use of the vehicle, distance driven daily, physical damage deductibles, and many other factors that have to do with the price.
And that is just the car insurance.
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How much do orthodontists have to pay for health insurance life insurance and malpractice insurance a year?
You will need to contact an agent for this answer there are too many variables, with respect to premiums.
There are many factors that determine the rates for car insurance. Far too many to spell out for anyone. Males pay a little more than females. Males reach a full adult rate usually at the age of 30 if single and 25 if married. Females reach the lowest adult rate at the age of 25 if single and at any… age if they are married. Different companies have slightly different rating systems so this is not the same for all companies. Teens usually have their rates go down at 20 or 21 and can get substantial discounts if they are students with a B average (3.0) or if they have taken a 40 hour certified drivers training class. 16-18 year old males rates are the highest and are about 3 to 3.5 times the adult rate and they reduce at different points. The foregoing provides some general guidance that applies in many cases. However, there are other factors that have to be condiered. Some of them include the following: 1. The State in which you live. By and large, insurance rates, from which premiums derive, are regulated by the State(s) in which an insurance company transacts business. The insurance regulatory authority generally takes the position that a rate (the cost of a unit of insurance) may not be excessive, inadequate or unreasonablu discriminatory. This means that the insurance company may not reap a windfall profit, but likewise, it must charge enough to have enough money on hand to pay anticipated claims. "Unreasonably discriminatory" refers to the requirement that risks of a similar type have to be treated similarly. 2. All insurance companies have to have underwriting guidelines that are approved by the regulator. These are the metes and bounds of what they will insure and what they will not. They do not dictate premiums, but they have a bearing because the guidlines may provide that a risk will be insured at a higher, or lower rate than another one. 3. Auto insurance also has different elements: the main ones are liability, collision, no-fault coverage (although the latter may be called something else in some States, and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Although no-fault coveraage is generally a required first-party coverage (it pays a portion of the insured's own medical bills and lost wages), it is pretty standard so the premiums vary less than other coverages. Collision coverage pays for physical damage to one's own car. Unless there is a lien outstanding on the car, the insured can opt to buy it or not. If purchased, it can be bought with various deductibles--the higher the deductible, generally, the lower the premium. Uninsured motorist coverage is a type of first-party insurance. It comes into play if you were in a collision with a person that did not have liability insurance. The coverage applies to bodily injuries that you sustain from the collision and compensates you for them in much the same way as the other person's liability insurance would have if he/she had it. The cost of it depends upon how much you buy. Generally, your insurer has to offer it to you in an amount that is the same as your liability coverage. You may buy more, less, or reject it altogether. (MORE)
The cost will depend upon what company the RN works for. Some companies pay more for their employees insurance than other companies. It also depends upon that insurance company is used.
The average person tends to spend about 15k to 25k on a new car. This is why most automakes i.e. toyota, honda, nissan, try to price most of their family cars in this range.
If you are drivng another persons car with permission and have no insurance but the car you are driving is insured will the car insurance pay to get the car fixed since you were at fault?
Answer . This is different from policy to policy. You need to check the owner's policy to see what is covered. If the owner didn't pay for such coverage, then the damage is not covered.. Provided the owner is paying for comprehensive and collision coverage the damage will will be covered, subjec…t to a deductible, as long as the driver is not excluded from coverage. (MORE)
Generally, a co-pay is a fixed amount that you're responsible for before the insurance coverage starts for a particular medical service.
Your insurance can vary based on quite a few variables, call some insurance agents for a quote.
Typically a first time driver will pay a significant amount more incar insurance. This can be anywhere from $200 to $300.
There is no set average a company pays out for mileage of apersonal use car. The amount a company pays out is an agreementdefined when a job is offered. The company has their own policy. Itis a uncharted standard.
If you have group Health through work, he maybe able to be added for more premium. Nothing is free. If you have individual health insurance and not group through work, your husband must get his own health insurance and who pays for that, is up to the two of you. He will definitely have his own premi…ums to pay.. Michael. FindYourPolicy.com (MORE)
Your choice, depending on which coverage is better. Try the auto insurance first. but remember, their job is to minimize costs, and sometimes you have to go where they send you. they may have limits depending on the policy and state laws. your medical coverage is designed to cut costs by keeping you… alive and healthy to keep paying them. they don't make money off dead people or people too sick to work and keep coverage. they will usually end up paying for long term issues, especially if they don't pop up right away or if a pre existing conditioned is worsed. how much wor$e is the back pain, really? you should go through the auto insurance if its drastic, expensive, extensive care. if its minor aches and pain just pay your 10$ or $20 copay and go to your primary care physician (your doctor). if you get hurt in an accident, go to the closest hospital right away, don't delay or the ins co may try to loophole out of paying you, thinking scam alert. i once tapped a couple in their 50's when i was 16 and only driving for a few months. he slammed on his breaks after realizing he was about to miss his turn. at 20 miles in a 25 (it was 200 yards after a turn) i hit a pile of wet leaves next to a stone wall and skidded into them. i was sited no fault as i could not get off the road or go into opposing traffic (why they stopped). they were complaining about how hard i hit them and she was saying he already had a bad back and now this. the office on the scene asked them did they want him to call them an ambulance to take them to a hospital. She said right away no, they were going to their own doctor. after they left the cop told me they would be trouble. but they were denied due to lack of physical proof and officer testimony. so the moral is because some scam, they reason all are potential scammers until proven actually hurt. (MORE)
Should your health insurance pay the doctor's treatment when you have been injured in a car accident?
If you live in a state that requires Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage (MN, NJ, MI, for example), then your auto insurance is the first dollar for medical treatment.. If you have no PIP coverage, your health insurance will more than likely cover treatment for personal injuries. Check your p…olicy to be sure -- if you have very limited insurance it may not. (MORE)
How much do pediatricians have to pay for health insurance life insurance and malpractice insurance?
Most of them no longer purchase Malpractice Insurance. So the answer would usually be Zero for malpractice coverage. Life and Health insurance they are rated the same as anyone else. based on age, life style, various risk factors etc.
According to the U.S. Dept of Labor, an average household of 2.5 people spend $2664.00 a year.
That depends on many factors. Where you live, your age, what type of car, the amount of coverage, your driving record, etc.
Check the details of the policy with "medically necessary" claims, also contact the agent that sold you the plan.
Your health insurance will cover you no matter how you got hurt. I can take a knife and stick it in my arm and go to the hospital and my health insurance will cover me. The only times your health insurance will not cover you is if you have specific exemptions in your coverage, which are rare.
It depends on your Age, Driving Record, Your Zip Code or Region, Personal Credit Rating and the vehicle type. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
Assuming that another vehicle hit you then his or her insurance carrier would pay for your visit. They first have to accept liability.
It should be completely covered provided your doctor informs Medicare that procedure is medically necessary, gets pre testing approval and doctor's office accepts full Medicare payment.
Negative. If it does then that's insurance fraud. The only thing that should pay is Disability because technically they can classify you as mentally ill and unfit for work. After they stamp you on a crapload of meds then you get disability checks. Heh, you're lucky if your health insurance isn't can…celed. (MORE)
"By 2005, the average health insurance costs at offering businesses exceeded 10 percent of total payroll." http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2008/06/art3full.pdf Page 34, BLS Monthly Labor Review, June 2008
The premium depends upon several factors, including: 1. The identity of the insurance company; different insurers charge different rates. 2. The state in which the insurance is purchased. State insurance regulators generally have to approve the ranges of insurance company charges. The regulators of… some states are more or less lenient than others. 3. The general "hardness" or "softness" of the insurance market. This refers to the general availability of health insurance in the state, which is often a function of #2 above. 4. The health condition, age, and other factors personal to the person(s) to be insured. 5. The kind of heath coverage sought. Options include indemnity plans, managed care plans, and others. Even within managed care plans, there are different types (usually distinguished by the level of choice of provider allowed), which has an impact upon premium. (MORE)
It doesn't really come to average they pay by the type of car for example some people don't pay anything k
Â£50. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
When you are in an auto accident with no insurance will the other persons insurance pay for their cars damages?
Their insurance policy will pay for their own car. However you must know it's against the law not to have insurance coverage for your auto.
If you purchase a policy that covered everything you would pay around four hundred a month. If you purchased a policy that had moderate coverages and a large deductible you could pay as little as one hundred dollars a person if the person is healthy. There are companies that do have low prices but y…ou do not get the "royalty policies". It is better to have hospital/surgery coverage without doctor visits if that was all you could afford because hospitalization is astronomical. See an independent agent to see which policies are the best. (MORE)
usually somewhere between 100$- 300$ a month maybe more or less depending on the company and what package you choose, also if you have had recent accidents or have not passed a drivers ed class then your rates will be higher.
There are quite a few factors that will determine how much insurance costs, I would call a local agent for a quote.
Your insurance can vary based on quite a few variables, not just the fact that it is new.
If you feel you haven't been treated fairly, I would file a complaint with your state insurance company or have your lawyer do it.
This depends on the company and its policies. Sometimes the company pays half and employees pay half. Sometimes, company pays full amount and sometimes, there are no insurance benefits for employees.
Car insurance rates vary widely depending on your driving record, age, credit score, length of time you have had insurance, and location. It's hard to say what the average is with so may variables per person.
The pay needed for new applicants that have signed on with Progressive Car Insurance, or known as Progressive Auto Insurance varies greatly depending on one's situation and reliability.
In Florida, the answer is no: the children are all covered under medicaid. since the foster care system is done at the state level, it's possible that the answer to this varies from state to state.
Depends on value of the car, where it is located, driver's age, experience, driving record, and in some cases, grades in school for a student. Too many variables to give a single answer. It could be $50 or $500 a month.
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This kind of question is impossible to answer correctly. There are far too many variables that go into the calculations of rating an auto insurance policy. One company I deal with has 44 classes just to classify each driver. Other variables include vehicle, tickets, accidents, claims, prior insuranc…e coverage, married or single, multi-car discount, claim-free discount, zip code territory, credit rating, miles to work, account credit, etc, etc, etc. There are far too many factors to consider to estimate insurance or give someone an average. (MORE)
That depends on whether you are responsible for an accident and how bad it is. For example, if you hit someone with your vehicle and you are without insurance, you would have to pay for all their medical expenses which could run into the thousands. If you cause a severe disability, you could be pay…ing for the rest of your life to satisfy the judgement against you. Say goodbye to owning a home or a car or anything else of value. The lawyers for the victim will strip you bare and pull the gold fillings from your mouth. So, is it really worth it to drive without insurance? (MORE)
That depends on a number of variables, including: . Amount of the deductible . Value of the vehicle . Amount of coverage . Age of the person(s) driving the vehicle . Your own driving record
If the truck is a pickup that is used just for personal use and not in any business it can be insured just like any other vehicle on your personal auto policy. If it is over a 3/4 ton truck then it probably will have to be insured on a commercial policy. Talk with your agent about this issue if you …have a larger pickup to pull a camper or the like. (MORE)
General car insurance depends and varies from state to state. Each state carries a minimum coverage level. Therefore, there is no average rate for any consumer until the state is identified.
Lot's I hope. I don't think you should have a drivers license or be allowed to drive at all with two dui charges. I assume you mean within a short time period. Please clean up your act or stay out of a vehicle.
Car insurance generally costs Ã¥Â£300 in the United Kingdom, â°Ã¢Ã200 in the French Republic, CHF 420.- in the Swiss Confederation, and â°Ã¢Ã250 in the Italian Republic.
Car insurance premiums can differ based on a wide range of factors, being exceptionally expensive in cases involving expensive sports cars or with DUI offenses on record. The average monthly premium is $66.66 according to CompUQuotes.
The amount of life insurance that an average person would need greatly depends on the persons circumstances. If one has many dependents then one would want to have more life insurance to ensure that ones family is taken care of. The Smart Money website offers a calculator to assist in calculating …an amount that would be suitable. (MORE)
Car insurance for new, young drivers is more expensive then adult's car insurance. The reason is drivers have to prove to the insurance companies that they are safe drivers. The average insurance for new drivers is anywhere from $2000 to $5000 a year, depending on the type of vehicle insured and one…'s location. (MORE)
It is not possible to give you the average cost or car insurance from Mercury Motor Insurance as the amount charged depends on a number of variables. These variables include, the type of car, the age of the driver and the amount of time they have been driving, as well as taking into account any prev…ious insurance claims or no claims discounts. (MORE)
The average one would pay for classic mini car insurance is between 80-100 Euros, or about $105 - $131. The cash values used are for monthly payments.
No. You auto insurance has to pay first before the health insurance will begin to pay. Usually they want a letter from your auto insurance carrier to prove that all medical payments coverage on your auto insurance has been exhausted.