Can you file a claim against a person with no insurance?
You can file a claim against your insurance company for an action caused by another person with no insurance if you are covered for such an occurance. An example would be if you had uninsured motorist coverage and were hit by someone without auto insurance. However if you want to file a 'claim' against the person directly who has no insurance there is no one to file the claim against. The only alternative here is to sue the person in court.
If a person is driving an unregistered car and gets hit by another can he still file a claim against the others insurance?
Yes. That person can file a claim in probate court against the estate. Care givers often do. Yes. That person can file a claim in probate court against the estate. Care givers often do. Yes. That person can file a claim in probate court against the estate. Care givers often do. Yes. That person can file a claim in probate court against the estate. Care givers often do.
If you are the registered owner of a car and living abroad but your car is insured in the states if a driver on your insurance has an accident can they file a claim or can you file from abroad?
How do you file a insurance claim against the party that was at fault in an accident that occurred in a parking lot Without involving my insurance company.?
Can you file an insurance claim against both the at fault drivers insurance and the owner of the car you were driving when the accident accured?
How long do you have to file a insurance claim from a car accident in Oregon before it is not vaild?
If a person has been in a motorcycle accident and he or she needs to file a claim, the first thing he or she needs to do is contact the insurance company. If an individual is not insured, then that person needs to contact an attorney to properly file the claim. Generally, the claim is filed through the insurance company. Claim filing procedures depend on the motorist at fault.
If you purchased an owner's title insurance policy and now you find the deed that conveyed the property to you was fraudulent you should make a claim against the title insurance AND against the malpractice insurance of the attorney who represented you when you purchased the property. Someone didn't do their job.
The type of claim effects the answer. Generally there are three types: 1) action against a policy is 5 yrs (claim by a person to their own company) 2) property damage is 4 years (someone else damaged your property and you're making a claim against them) 3) bodily injury is also 5 yrs (someone injured you and you are making a claim against them)
Most companies do not require you to report the accident to your own insurance company, but if you later find out the person did not have valid insurance or the other insurance company refuses to pay and then you later have to file a claim on your policy, it will slow down the claim process. Plus, each state has a statute on the time limit you have to file a claim and want it to…
This would be a state statue of limitations questions (physical damage or injury?) Regardless of that you shouldn't put off filing any insurance claim EVER... file it immediately, if you just want to know the answer, and there has been no claim, contact your agent, or dept of insurance for you state and they will be able to tell you the statue of limitation for your state.