I would say most likely not. For most states and most companies you usually have 30 days from date of accident to file the claim. However, you COULD file a claim and say it happened yesterday, but that's called insurance fraud.
It can take up to six months or longer if there where injuries involved.
Any compensation reflects the extent of your injury and or damages. The length of time has little to do with it. What matters is actual damages.
The insurance should cover an accident while it was in force. If you had insurance 2 months ago and the accident happened 2 months ago, coverages should apply. If the accident happened today and the coverage stopped 2 months ago, there should not be coverage.
Yes you can file it several months after it has happened. However, it will be noted on the accident report that the event occurred several months ago and when you turn it in to your insurance company they will see that and probably deny your claim.
Financial Responsibility Laws require that you be Financially Responsible for any damages you cause to another. Whether a Police report is filed or not, has no bearing on your responsibilty for the damages.
I had full coverage when I purchased my used car and a few months later I was in an accident that wasn't my fault and the time I was paying on my insurance they told me that I was only paying liability I never cancelled my full coverage to liability. what can I do about this?
You would be. It's what is known as coincidental damage, and it means that some part of your vehicle happened to go out just around the same time you had an accident even though the accident may havehad nothing to do with the auto part that failed. You noted 6 months, so therefore I believe your accident had nothing to do with the part failure, it just happened to fail a short time after your crash. Engines and transmissions are usually pretty sturdy when it comes to crashes because they are held in by transmission and motor mounts. Note your cars' mileage. Engines usually last about250,000 miles and transmissions last around the same amount of time, if proper care is taken for them. If your car has less than 60,000 miles OR is 5 years old or newer, take it to an auto dealer because warranty will cover something like that. Hope this helps.
will primary on a auto loan have right to the vehicle if cosigner has been paying loan for 15 months and has possession of vehicle will primary on a auto loan have right to the vehicle if cosigner has been paying loan for 15 months and has possession of vehicle
If you reported the accident at the time, yes, usually.
No, it wont. I have been having it for months and no damages have came.
Yes, you are still responsible for the damage. If you have your own auto insurance policy, it may cover this. There is a statute of limitations that applies to most accidents of this type. The owner of the car has up to two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit to make you pay for the damages.
no, as it is stated in the contract. A deposit is for damages after tenant has vacated the premises.
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Menigitis was diagnoised. Testing showed several abscesses in back then also right hip. Can these abscesses be caused from a car accident 4 months ago?
a few days...or like 2 months
It Takes about 5 or 6 months Depending on how bad the accident was. So get a handicap pass for about that long. A long time ago I had a bad accident. I was in that situation for about 8 months . Because it was really bad. But i hope you accident isn't so bad! 8) Ok well take care. And remember around 6,7,8 months Well i hope this works!
well i had a boner while it happened
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The total cost of the vehicle is $15948.00Multiply the number of months by the payment per each month.$332.25/month x 48 months = $15948.00
He took 6 months off after his accident and now he may be off for another few weeks.
''She convalesces from a serious accident.'' I am convalescing from my accident. I will convalesce for at least three months following my surgery. "What are you doing?" "Convalescing! What does it look like?"
If a person is responsible for an injury, such as in a car accident, you would first go to that person's insurance for the damages. If insurance is exhausted or denies the claim, you can then go directly to the responsible party for payment. If they do not pay voluntarily, you would need to file a civil suit. In the case of an auto accident, if you have uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, you company may cover your damages and handle the suit against the responsible party on your behalf.
About two months after one stops paying for the vehicle.
Usually 30 days.