Yes, you can but its best to be under you parents policy...
Since the price will be "Very High" since your under 18.
In the state of Florida a minor cannot have an auto insurance policy unless a parent signs for it. Usually if said minor lives with their parents they are usually just put on their parent's policy
What is the aveage insurance settlement for broken bone injuries that required surgery and screws placed in the bone.
How can I find out if my decease father placed us on his life insurance. He remarried and his wife has not forwarded any documents to us
No, the finance company would simply refund any monies they charged you for forced placed insurance and your primary insurance company would be responsible for footing the bill.
In order to find a trust with life insurance proceeds the trust must be named as the beneficiary of the insurance policy. Then the trust documents specify what the funds are used for that are in the trust. If there are other life insurance policies that are still active and have other individuals named as the beneficiaries then the money from those policies cannot be placed into the trust and will be paid directly to the current beneficiary listed with the insurance company. The trust will have no claim whatsoever on these policies. It could be that these policies had their beneficiary changed when the trust was set up and the trust is the current beneficiary of them as well and he just didn't put the change form in the policy. Whatever is on record with the insurance company will be the person that the benefits are paid to no matter what.
Generally, a homeowner's policy does cover losses of a limited amount of cash. The precise amount will be stated in the policy. The loss will be covered if the cause thereof was the result of an occurrence which is specified in the policy. Note, though, that there are some homeowner's policy forms that cover structural damage only. For the most part, they are policies issued by state-run entities that insure people who cannut obrain insurance in the private market. Such policies are also issued as "force-placed" policies by lenders that have not received proof of insurance from the borrower. They are placed on the property to protect the lender's interest in the property.
I received the following information on Progressive Life Insurance Company from the Georgia Insurance Commissioner's Office: In 1959, Progressive merged with and into Coastal States Life Insurance Company. Then all active and in force policies issued or assumed by Coastal States Life Insurance Company prior to 1989 were sold to either the Victory Life Insurance Company or the Capital Security Life Insurance Company. Victory Life Insurance Company was placed into liquidation and their business was assumed by the United Fidelity Life Insurance Company (816-391-2000). Effective 11/30/1998 the Capital Security Life Insurance Company merged into the Monumental Life Insurance Company (319-355-8511). Thank you. Consumer Services Division. Hope this information helps you.
It depends on the type of the business and the type of insurance you are interested in, or in need of. As you know - there are many different insurance policies and you should take the time to learn them and to choose the right ones for your business. You should consult an insurance agent or broker, but ensure that he or she is duly licensed in your state and that the insurance company that you are placed with is authorized to transact business in your state. The latter two confirmations can be done by consulting or calling the state Department of Insurance.
That's a very tricky question, which very much depends on every country and type of insurance product you wish to purchase. I'll therefore answer in the extent that I can. As for Quebec, you can check on the website called Hellosafe.ca what are the best insurance on a wide array of products : travel insurance, car insurance, health insurance, etc. For the rest of the world, there may be better placed person to tell you :) Take care, Alex
start with the agency that placed you
They provided protections for African Americans. The policies increased their voting rights. Some of the policies placed African Americans in elected official positions in the South.
their parents hate them
A quote is a price estimate for your consideration. A binder is evidence of coverage placed.
Bankers Insurance Company Ltd offer a variety of products and services. These include: creditor-placed homeowner insurance, manufactured housing homeowners insurance, debt protection insurance, etc.
Yes, as long as you have Canadian Insurance placed on the car and have a Canadian Insurance ID Card while it is in Canada. Your insurance broker can provide this to you.
For most major companies 1k is the max
For a Georgia failure to yield traffic ticket you will have three points placed against your Georgia driver's license. Here is a complete listing.
Forced Placed insurance is the coverage obtained by your Lienholder when you fail to comply with the insurance required by your agreed finance note. Forced Placed coverage will not provide you with liability insurance that meets your states Financial Responsibility requirements, it only insures the lienholders interest. The terms of your finance contract will describe the required coverage. Failure to comply with the terms of your finance contract results in the lienholder obtaining it to protect their interest in the financed property.
Margaret Thatcher's fiscal policies helped people accumulate wealth without a large taxation placed on them. She was ideal for entrepreneurs but not everyone agreed with her legislature.
An insurance endorsement (also known as a rider) is a document that is attached to an insurance policy which modifies or changes the coverage provided in that policy. An example endorsement is one that is placed on homeowner's insurance which protects the homeowner from floods.
A minor cannot decide this, only the parents. If the parents are unfit they have to be reported to the Child Protective Service, the court can remove their parental rights and then the minor can be placed with someone else. But they do not get to choose, the court do.
Your question to NOLHGA was forwarded to us for a response. Mutual Security Life Insurance Company was placed into liquidation by the Indiana Insurance Commissioner on December 6, 1991. All insurance policies that were in effect at that time were transferred to other insurance companies. However, there were no assets available for Mutual Security stockholders. Therefore, it is my understanding that the Mutual Security stock is worthless. The Mutual Security receivership closed on July 29, 2005.
If a parents rights have been terminated they cant get they're child back.
That is the purpose of Life Insurance, to pay those bills and the cost of a funeral.
For a child to be placed in foster care, both their parents must have either died or be estranged, the parents could have been neglectful and Child Services may have taken the child. Either of these could be reason for a child to be placed in foster care.