Spouses are allowed to carry separate insurance policies, as there are no laws stating otherwise. However, it is generally more cost effective for spouses to carry one together.
There are many websites that allow comparing of homeowners insurance policies. Among them are Ins Web, Top Ten Reviews, Net Quote, Floir, Yahoo, and Home Insurance.
If you are terminally ill, many policies will allow withdrawals.
Yes, if you have a car, you need insurance. Most companies will allow a permit to be covered for a while, but individual policies vary.
Progressive Insurance has a search engine that will allow you to compare prices between their policies and competitors. You can find them at progressive.com
This is not a legal question, but a question about the insurance policy. However, most insurance policies no longer allow children to be dependents if they are married.
First, you'd need to find out if the company will even allow it. Many don't, either due to their own policies, or due to insurance company policies. Depending on the policies of the trucking company and/or insurance company, it may be any age. You need to check with the company to determine what their rider policy is.
Are there only two states out of 50?
Progressive Insurance maintians a list of competitors, which would certainly be reputable. They will allow you to compare prices of car insurance policies with quotes from other agencies.
Construed coverage is a rider added on to credit insurance policies to allow the policy holder to ship for a specified number of days - usually 30.
Many insurance companies offer over-the-phone quotes for simple car insurance policies. Websites provide directories of insurance providers that allow you to submit your requirement and receive quotes back from the agencies they represent.
Some "permanent" insurance polices call for this. But term polices cannot. There are some policies that would allow you to benefit while you are alive if you have a terminal illness as well.
Not sure what you mean credit? Some allow you to take out a loan or actually cash in the policy. Contact the issueing agent.
Most insurance policies allow other occasional drivers. If they are normal drivers, I would add them to the policy.
Absolutely. Different insurance companies have different policies, but there are several services that allow you to compare insurance quotes online. You can also contact your current insurer for more information about discounts they may be offering to business owners.
Some policies allow for the removal of funds under circumstances of severe need. You'll need to contact your insurance agent to find out about yours.
Pre-existing home damage.Retroactive in what way? the state of Kentucky?Homeowners Insurance Policies do not cover preexisting damage to a home.
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Price comparison websites allow you to compare different insurance quotes from many different companies in one place. These websites allow to compare different types of insurance such as car insurance, home insurance and travel insurance.
It is relevant to your state insurance and other conditions. Contact your agent! Most states do not allow minors to enter into contractural agreements - including insurance policies. Therefore, most insurance companies require a parent or legal guardian to obatin the insurance on behalf of the minor and sign all corresponding paperwork.
If you are driving the car it may cover you, but it won't cover a car unless it is on your policy. Depending on your policy it may not cover you either. Some insurance policies don't cover you if you allow another driver other than yourself to drive your car. Check your policy.
All US states allow insurance companies to sell and provide domestic partner coverage.
There are several different companies that will allow a person to buy building insurance. Nationwide and Halifax are two that allow such insurance to be purchased or added to your existing account.
Viatical settlements allow people without life insurance beneficiaries (gay men, people without families or spouses, orphans) to sell their life insurance policy for cash value while they are still alive. These are not used very popularly but grew in frequency of request after the AIDS epidemic in the sixties.
Assuming the employer offers coverage to spouses, then the employer would not have the right to turn a spouse away. The spouse's loss of coverage is a "qualifying event" and the employer's insurer would allow the spouse to join.