No, the reason is that there could have been an accident or any other situation. An auto insurance policy must be in force it cannot be back dated.
How do I find out who has my policy I had with Commercial State Life INsurance Company
Contact the insurance company and request a change of beneficiary form. They will mail the form to the policy owner. You fill it out and mail it back to the insurance company so they can update your life insurance policy.
Yes. In many cases your insurance company may waive your deductible if the third party's insurance company accepts liability.
I have an old insurance policy dating back to 1948 is it still good
No, that is not something an insurer would do even if it were legal, which it is not.
No, the person will not be reimbursed for taking someone off their insurance immediately.
Call your insurance agent, which is most likely a local outfit. They will provide you with the name of your insurance company and also another copy of your policy. You can also go back through your records and see who you made the check out to when you paid for the policy. If all else fails, check your insurance identification card which should be in the glove compartment of your vehicle (if it is auto related). Good luck!
You do not have to reimburse your insurance company if the accident is the fault of the other driver and the claim is made on their insurance. If the accident is the fault of the other driver and their insurance does not cover everything and you make a claim on your insurance for reimbursement, your insurance will subrogate (collect back) from the other company.
If the policy that you have with United Investors is a whole life policy and has accumulated cash value then you can take a policy loan against it. And then you would pay that money back plus interest which is basically like paying yourself back. Or you can cash in the life insurance policy and take the cash value with you
"Insurance and Taxes. No. All proceeds or withdrawals from any insurance policy are not taxable." This is not true. If you cancel a life insurance policy, the growth on the cash value IS TAXABLE. If you do not surrender your policy, the money is taken as a loan and therefore not taxable, but interest that has to be paid back to the insurance company grows.
Not a DIY job. Take it to a professional auto glass shop. Check with your insurance company, and see if this is covered under your policy. Lots of times it is with no deductible.
I'm sure there are several auto insurance companies that will allow you to exclude your husband. You need to know what exactly this means. It means that if he drives one of the vehicles on your policy for any reason at all that there will be no coverage provided by your policy. In exchange for this exclusion you will not be charged anything based on his driving record. Remember that it makes no difference if you get back together for a weekend, if there is an emergency and he drives you to the hospital, if his car is torn up and you let him borrow it, there is no coverage until after the exclusion is lifted by the insurance company. You do not have the authority to lift it yourself, only the company can. If you still want to do this I recommend that you go see and independent insurance agent who represents many companies and let them search for the best rates and coverage of companies for what you want.
One can switch over to another company to get a better rate but not in the midway but only at the time of renewal of the policy, under Portability clause. Check with the insurance company; they will most likely pro-rate and you may end up with some money back.
The cancellation notice ended the Insurance Policy. Stated another way, that means that the (Insurance) contract is no longer in force. To Rescind a Cancellation means that the cancellation has been taken back or voided by the Insurance Company and the Insurance Policy (Contract) is now back in force.
Why did the company cancel? If you paid your premium, they can't. Was it a whole life, permanent, Universal Life or term policy. If term, there is no cash value.
No, they will pay the claim to you and then you will be able to do what is fiscally responsible.
Can you go back and see if you can find any paperwork at all? Find any trail of the payments you made? Maybe your bank can help. Where did you buy it? Go back and talk to the agent. Even if you did find out what company, the policy is probably in a laps and to reinstate it will cost more than buying new insurance uinless your health has changed for the worse. You can call the insurance company and they usually can find your policy by social security # and DOB.
It really depends what state you live in. Although if you have full coverage on your vehicle you should report through your company and your company will go after the other insurance company to get their money back. If you have no collision coverage for your vehicle then you will need to file with the other insurance company and they will decide who was at fault for the accident, if their insured is at fault they will repair your vehicle
Insurance could become invalid and if any claims have been paid by the insurance company they could ask for that to be paid back to them.
The pre-existing look back period for a travel insurance policy is the number of days that the insurance company will “look back” to determine if a claim is related to a pre-existing condition. The look back period is generally between 60 and 180 days prior to the travel insurance policy's purchase date depending on the policy selected.
In some cases you can buy your car back from the insurance company or from the scrapyard if the vehicle is totaled. You will need to check your insurance policy to see what type of stance they take on this purchase.
Normally you just get a change form from your insurance company and fill in the things you want to change, submit it to the company for processing. After it is processed they will send you back a copy to add to your policy which then becomes part of your policy.
Possibly if they are auto accident related. Also, if you have Med Pay on your own insurance.. any other bills that may not cover on the at-fault drivers' insurance, can fall back on yours but your rate won't increase if you're found not at fault.
Yes, you can still get Auto Insurance but not through the standard carriers. You will need to contact an Independent Agent that has many companies available. United Auto Insurance is one company that will still offer you coverage while you work to get your license back.
Your auto insurance automatically covers all family members that live in the household. However, by not listing your spouse as a driver you have not disclosed all the licensed drivers in the household, which is one of the questions on the application. Since the premiums you have paid did not reflect all the correct information, the insurance company may back charge you premium for not having him/her on the policy.
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