Have to ask your insurance company about that.
this depends. if you say have an accident with your car and it is your fault you will have to repair your car and repair another car that you may of hit. however it you buy insurance from an insurance company then the company pays for it.but there are many different types of insurance so i would recommend a company like ISelect which asks you a phew question about the insurance you want and they choose the best insurance deal for you.
First, call your insurance company to confirm what their protocol is. You will either need to get a few estimates from auto body repair shops, an insurance adjuster will estimate your damages or both. Once you have the proper estimates, you can submit the bill to your insurance company.
If your insurance company is offering auto repair insurance, you have the option of taking your vehicle to your own mechanic. Taking your vehicle to a personal mechanic rather than one chosen by your insurance company eliminates the doubts.
No!! It's not the insurance that tells you how to fix your car, it is you who has the legal right to tell the insurance company. I learned this the hard way!
it usually matters what type of insurance u have and what company u r working with
To check if there is a local repair shop that will take your car insurance you will have to talk to your insurance provider and get a list of local repair shops that service their company.
An insurance broker or agent licensed in your state can help you find liability insurance for your HVAC Company.
Contact your insurance company to see if they can repair your damage for free and get the bikers insurance details and their name and adddress if your insurance needs them.
The website autos.com/auto-repair/car-repair-insurance has a listing of auto repair insurance carriers. Also, it explains the purpose of the insurance and a guide to tell whether or not you need it.
I think this depends on the insurance company. When I was in an accident (I was at fault), the insurance company required my collision deductable up front before they started repairs on my car.