Can you get insurance on your son in prison?
Even if you you make insurance policy in the name of your son while in prison, it is a serious contravention of law, if it is proved that on the date of commencement of policy, he was in prison. You are to provide detailed information in the policy questionnaire, whether the proposer is attached/involved in anti law activities which might invite imprisonment.
Yes. Though some regulations may apply.
David Berkowitz, aka Son of Sam, is serving his 365 year sentence in Attica Prison in New York State.
Just call a local insurance agent. I am assuming the inmate trying to get insurance for someone else?
I think you mean does your son need to be added to your insurance policy if her has a learner's permit. The answer is yes.
He is 56 and still in prison serving a 365 year sentence.
Your son will get points on his driving record since he had the accident. You will get points added to your risk factor on your insurance policy since your insurance paid the claim. The owner of the vehicle will get the increase but removing your son may fix that. Every insurance system is diferent. Best to check with your insurance company.
No, but if he owns a home he can buy his own insurance, or he can buy tenants insurance if he does not.
He went to Prison for 14 days for owning two cars and not paying tax or insurance for them.
On June 12, 1978, the son of Sam was sentenced to six life sentences in prison for the murders, making his maximum term 365 years.
She was in prison becasue she tried to over thow the crown to her son. She went for 16 years.
Yes. The beneficiary of a life insurance payment can always receive the payment regardless of where he or she is.
because he was in a hostage situation.
Insurance companies don't want to take the chance on an inmate. The probability that a person will die in prison or sooner than the average citizen is much higher. If they don't get killed in prison, they could catch some disease on the inside and shorten their life. Chances are they are in prison for something they did which was dangerous so it hurts their credibility to get insurance.
If you let your son drive a car that is titled in your name and the car is uninsured and your son is in an accident how do you handle that?
Well if your son has insurance elsewhere, the other party can pursue that insurance company (even though they don't insure your car). If he does not have insurance either, the other party can pursue you and him for damages.
Movie in eighties father goes to prison then learns that his past mistakes has hurt his son. Guy gets out of prison then save his gangster son at the end by preventing him from shooting someone?
Yes. Insurance follows the car not the operator. If your son has insurance, you and your vehicles' insurance would be primary (if he were operating your vehicle), and his would be excess if your coverage is exhausted.
How can you protect yourself when a car you own that your older son drives with insurance and has a bad accident?
Your insurance is the protection; that's the nature of insurance.
If you try to get theft insurance after the car is stolen you will go to Jail! The insurance companies have no sense of humour about FRAUD! Penalty for Insurance Fraud in the U.S. is up to 20 years in prison.
Not unless you alerted the insurance company, about him
Telephone the insurance company.
well do you have a car do you have insurance. your son my not need it. but if you have a car you have to have it, even though its against your contsatutonal rights but are government is horrabily evil
It will be difficult to get a policy that will cover, but a life insurance policy in force before incarceration should stay in force.
That would be "Insurance Fraud". If caught it is a felony and punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Your son was driving his friends car with permission and got into an accident - does he have to pay top fix the car himself or does insurance cover this.?
That depends on the insurance that you and the friend have. Your insurance may cover your son in any vehicle. Same as with the friends insurance covering any driver. You just have to call and ask.
Are you liable for the difference in insurance if your son lives with you but has his own insurance but the coverage is not as great he is over 21?
No, He is of legal age and is responsble for his own finances and insurance.
Answermy son if my son in prison receives separation papers , what does he do to find out his right
Most life insurance policies do not pay out for suicide.
If it was his fault then he is or your insurance if he is included on it.
It's probably best to add your son to your policy as soon as he gets his license and have him noted as an occasioinal driver. This way he gains "insurance experience", so that when the time comes for him to obtain his own insurance he may pay less because the insurance company has a history of his driving.
So long as your son has your permission to drive your car, he is covered under your insurance policy. (As long as he has a valid driver's permit or license)
Can a person who is in state prison and has a low probability of outliving his sentence get life insurance coverage?
A person can get life insurance NO matter where that person is ... it is up to the insurer to issue the insurance on the person more then likely the insurance company will not insure said person ...
It could be a few years as the Pharaoh servant forget about Joseph , the promise he made to Joseph in prison.
How do I go about searching for someone to allow me to marry them for a fee so I can be covered under his health insurance plan?
I think what you are suggesting is considered fraud by the insurance company and you would get free health insurance in prison.
no. write your senator and tell him or her!
Can i limit the phone calls my son receives from his father in prison I feel the DAILY contact is unhealty as my son needs to focus on his school work and being a teeneager?
There are limits on the number and length of daily calls from prison, so no, nor should there be.
Your son is 18 in the military in another state and you are laoning him your car but how do you handle the insurance?
as long as your wish if not regulated by your insurance company
Can your son save money on his car insurance by adding your name to his insurance even although you have your own insurance?
Every driver your son puts on his policy will increase his premiums. It might reduce his premiums, if he claims that you're the primary driver and he's an incidential driver but that's insurance fraud and could come back to bite him.
He is serving a 7-year prison sentence (in May 2012).
Prison Son Net Rent Mop Pen ......
Can a mother take out a life insurance policy on her 40 year old son when he is always from job to job and wont maintain proper insurance?
If you have an insurable interest, you can take out life insurance on your son. Usually, family members, such as children and parents, have an insurable interest in each other. However, your son would have to know about the life insurance, because he may be required to take a physical exam, and answer some health questions to apply for the life insurance. But, you could be the policy owner, and pay the premiums.
Daedalus was collecting one feather from each bird and Daedalus waxed them together to make two pairs of life sized wings for Daedalus and his son to fly out of the "high prison tower"
* You can send the ring by 'post' and put insurance on it (does not cost a lot) and address to the prison. Whoever checks the mail in the prison before the particular inmate gets their mail will receive it during mail call.
More than likely you can. Contact customer service at the Life Insurance company.
Can you sue a person's homeowner's insurance if your son caught himself on fire under their supervision?
You would usually sue the person, not the insurance.
Yes, parents and children have an insurable interest, so you can have a life insurance policy on your son and daughter-in-law. If they both happen to die prematurely and minor children will become your responsibility, then life insurance is not only justified, but needed.
You can put their name into the database and see their details. http://www.stategovrecords.com/lp.php?state=Oregon&tc=sr449&sk=Prison
Does my son need Work men's Compensation Insurance coverage in my sole proprietorship business in California?
Forget he is your son. You must treat him like any other employee you would hire in respect to insurance coverage requirements. <><><> California law requires any business with even ONE employee have Worker's Comp insurance. If your son is an employee of the business, then yes, you need it.
Not really becuase technically he is very to die in that prison that he is in , unless he is freed earlier than his sentence (which i doubt will ever happen) ypou can give it a shot
Insurance fraud is considered a felony offense in Georgia. The sentence that such a charge carries is 2-10 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
It depends on your state, but generally includes a substantial fine plus prison time as well as reimbursement to the insurance company plus interest.