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Yes, you do not need a police report to file a insurance claim.

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If you mean file a claim with your insurance, yes.


You need to contact your local police department. Once you have a police report, you can file your insurance claim.


You do not always need a police report to file a claim.


You will need to for the insurance claim for car repairs.



Yes, you will need to report your accident to the police. You should report all accidents to the police, so that you can file a claim with your insurance.


Sure. People can claim anything. The question is will your insurance pay the claim. Without a police report of the accident, you may be in for a lawsuit. Never ever, have an accident and fail to call the police.


you get the insurance info. and have them look at the damange. make shoure you have a police report.


no you dont. if you do not with to file a claim you do not have to report it no you dont. if you do not with to file a claim you do not have to report it


Just file a claim with the other parties insurance company. You called the police and got an accident report, right?


In some cases, insurance companies will not pay off unless there has been a police report files. Yes, you should always file a police report so when you call to file an auto claim with your insurance, they will cover the deductable.


file and pursue a claim or dont. If you do file , file a police report, get a copy of the report and have your property insurance company pursue the claim against the insurance company covering the party or parties involved in the auto accident


If some one bought a vehicle from you with a forged check, or forged an insurance claim check,you need to make a police report AND a file a notarized forgery certificate with your bank.



File a report and insurance claim.


Your equity loan has no bearing on your ability to file a claim. You just call the insurance company and report the loss.



Yes you can still file a claim with your insurance hopefully you got the other persons info so ythat you can pass it on to your adjuster.


Yes it does. It is best to file a police report and that will help legitimize the claim. People have been known to file false claims, so having that police report and any other proof that you actually owned the bike (or pictures and such) will help the claim adjustor move the claim quickly along.


You don't want to look suspicious, You should file imediately just like everyone else.


Only if you have a prayer of getting the insurance company to assist you with the claim at all.


Once you decided to not go through insurance and not file a police report, you left yourself open for paying for your own repairs. Sorry you learned such a hard lesson. Never have an accident and not get a police report. The insurance company is not going to pay out based on someone's word. A police report is needed to file a claim.


If you need to file an auto insurance claim, you need to start by contacting your insurance company. It is important that you have all necessary information when filing a claim. If the claim is due to an accident, be sure to exchange license plate numbers, contact and insurance information with the other party. If a police report is filed, make sure you have the case number. Your insurance agent will then take you through the rest of the process.


It depends on why they didn't pay the claim. If you have the coverage and followed the requirements, like making a police report, cooperating with the insurance company as well as the police then you should have no problem with a claim, if it was in fact a theft. Otherwise you can always sue the company or file a complaint with your state department of insurance if you feel you were denied coverage you paid for.




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