No. Your own carrier would need to pick up the damage under your comprehensive coverage. Most public paring facilities are not monitored or secured and usually have signs posted waiving liability for theft or damages. If those signs were properl posted according to local ordinance, it's highly unlikely you would have a valid claim against the property owner.
As you can imagine, in any parking used by a lot of people, the owner of the business would be hard-pressed if he/she was responsible for all the damage to vehicles that occurred in that parking lot. Usually, a business would be responsible for damages to your vehicle only if your vehicle was in their care, custody and control (for instance, you dropped your car off to have the brakes done). At that point, the business owner has some responsibility because you've handed over the car.
As for the movie theater, you used your car to get there, park, and leave. The movie theater has no legal liability in how you used your vehicle, or what happened to it while in its lot. The liability falls to the person who vandalized your car, and unfortunately, the chances of locating that person are few.
The businesses insurance should be picking up the claim if the business takes in revenue for the parking as this would create a bailment and the parking garage, valet service, etc would have some liability. Most of them disclaim all liability though and it may say that on your ticket.
Normally the best way to handle this claim would be to submit to your carrier and provide them all the info. They may pay out on it subject to the deductible on your comprehensive coverage, or they may sue the parking lot company if they believe they were somehowfor the vandalism.
You and your insurance company are responsible.
No, parking tickets do NOT affect your car insurance rate.
No, an insurance company does not get notified of a parking tickets. Insurance companies are only liable for handling accidents.
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Generally parking violation will not effect your insurance. These are not considered moving violations and thererfore will not increase the premiums.
Parking tickets do not affect your insurance rates, only moving violations or other tickets that take points off your license.
If you are driving a car or have it parked on a public street or parking lot then it must have insurance
No, the employer is not responsible.Even if it is a private parking lot owned by the owner, it's no different than your car being vandalized and broken into at Wal Mart. Where you park is your choice at the end of the day, and the owner of the lot is not responsible for those that come onto the lot and commit crimes.There is no argument for you being forced to park there because you work there. It just doesn't work that way.
if you dont pay it and get suspended yes it will affect you insurance
How do you hit someone while parallel parking???
It shouldn't - only "moving" (not parking) violations affect your rate.
The parking service chauffeur will park your car for you. Normal parking service provider companies charge a parking fee for this service but Car Parking in Gatwick doesnot we take care of our customer and value their money
No. Your insurance rates will only raise if you've comitted a moving a violation. Illegal parking is not a moving violation. At worst, you will have to pay a fine for illegally parking as well as impound fees.
You go through the at fault driver's insurance carrier.
yes if you have collision coverage.
Usually their is no fault associated with parking lots. I'm sure your insurance company looks at it as your fault.
It probably won't effect either one. A parking violation is not considered a moving violation and therefore it will not effect your insurance. I don't think it will count as points on your drivers license either.
Yes, it's obviously not a parking infraction.
"I believe BCP parking is parking for airports. If you drive yourself to your local airport, you'll park your car in their customer parking lot for the time you'll be out of town or state. Most parking facilities charge for parking. It will either be a flat rate, or will go by the amount of time you have been parked there. Usually, you'll be charged a small fee per day you are parked."
Depending on what type of insurance you have, it may. Gieco: No Allstate: No Progressive: Yes
if they are the ones that hit your car then yes, they or their insurance are the ones who have to pay.
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It would be your fault, so your insurance company will pay. Unless of course, you have no insurance or you flee then his/her "no-fault" insurance would pay for the damage.
Avistar O'Hare airport parking is located 4 miles south of the airport with a number of available traffic routes to and from the carpark. To book a space at the carpark the customer may book online on the aboutairportparking website. The customer would reserve their booking and pay for it on the website.
When a company for hire is working away from the company site such as a roadway, a parking lot, or a yard they are at risk and plant hire insurance is required. There are many firms one can obtain insurance online.