No. If they are going to drive the family car you can, if the insurance company allows it, but they should really have their own insurance.
No they need to be an 18yr licensed driver. Be sure you are on the vehicles insurance policy.too
You may need to check with the insurance company. Most companies will cover accidents that happen when a car is borrowed by a licensed driver.
The family member needs be excluded to keep your insurance in effect.
This is fraud, which will certainly get your claim denied and could land you in jail.
There are millions of family members living. =If you mean of a particular family it is necessary to give a name.
No. That's what your major medical insurance policy is for.
It's not really a possible scenario.
As long as the individual is a fully licensed physician, yes.
You each eat the damage or risk your insurance rates going up!
they come from the giraffidae family. The only other living member of this family is the okapi.
As long as it takes to reach your insurance agent by phone.
Absolutely; a step child is legitimately a member of a family and can be insured, or can be the beneficary of a family insurance policy, just like a biological child.
You usually have the obligation to list all household residents and regular drivers on your insurance policy. If we are talking about your Grandparents who live in another state and never drive your can then no. If it is your sister who lives with you and borrows your car occasionally then yes she must be listed as a driver.
Health insurance coverage for every member of your family is very important. You may find that family plans are more cost effective than individual plans.
Does a loan from a family member affect my Employment Insurance in Ontario
no-fault insurance Provides coverage if you, a family member, or your passengers are injured or killed in a covered accident involving a driver who doesn't have insurance at all or who doesn't have enough insurance to cover the damage they cause you.
If you or a family member is enrolled in the military you receive health insurance at no additional cost. Other insurances such a car insurance are available for a cost.
Yes. Anyone can get a policy on another family member.
See to it that when you die your family does not need to ask the same question!
A family member or the agent needs to inform the insurance company if a beneficiary deceased; They will mail a claim package to the insured family, and a copy of the death certificate will be required.
when you get the insurance you become a member, so no.
While there may not be anything technically illegal about it, this may not be a good idea. If something goes wrong and the insurance has to be used, it will look very suspicious that a family member was the one who sold the insurance.
If you are living as a minor with your father and your step-mother, she is part of your nuclear family, not your extended family. If you are living with your spouse and your minor children, then your step-mother is a member of your extended family, as is your father and your mother, even if they are also living with you.
Yes, it is very common that a member of the family be named as executor.
Administration is a member of the University who has a licensed teaching degree, and a staff member does not have a licensed teaching degree. The pay of a administration and staff member are very different.