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It is up to the driver to subit the auto accident claim. You should submit the claim as soon as possible after the accident.

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The place that someone would go submit an accident claim is based on the claim and the company. If it is an auto claim and someone has AAA insurance, they can file a claim on the website or call an agent.


If you know who the company and/or agent is, you can submit a claim to them as a claimant against the other person's insurance.


I don't want to chance your insurance company but if you do, the accident was not your fault so it does not matter. Just ask your agent this question. He is here to help you.


You will need to contact the policy services dept. of your insurance company or your agent for this information.AnswerYou will need to contact your agent or policy services dept for you insurance company for this answer. i totally agree


Whether or not your insurance goes up if you cause an accident depends on your company Ask your agent.


First, it's not the adjuster that submits a claim. You would submit the claim to the insurance company or to your agent and then it is sent to the insurance company claims department. The adjuster is the person in the claims department that handles the claim. He or she will get statements from both drivers, and look at the accident report from the police department and make a determination as to fault. The adjuster then handles repairs and payment for losses. The quicker everything is gotten turned in to the adjuster the faster they can finish and keep everyone happy.


You need to contact your agent of policy services dept. for your insurance company and they will be able to tell you this is company specific in most cases.


You need to check with your agent or policy services for you company. They can tell you their rules for accident/claims related rate increases.


Contact your agent or policy services for your insurance company and they will be able to tell you.



The agent represents the insurance company, not the customer who is buying the insurance.


Immediately after an accident, you should call your insurance company and they will tell you their responsibility in that particular state. Your agent should have given you that information when you purchased your policy. Each state has slight differences. An insurance agent in this state is not licensed to comment on the insurance policies of another state.


An insurance agent has a contract with an insurance company which specifies his rights; but basically an agent has a right to be paid a commission for the insurance that he or she sells.


If an individual has been in an accident, they should first call their insurance company. A good insurance company may send an agent to document the accident. If another motorist is involved, it is good to exchange information. Additionally, it is best to inform the police so traffic can be re-routed safely,


They were bought many years ago by Commonwealth Insurance company in Louisville. My dad was an agent for them in Lafayette, In and Indianapolis about 1950


An Insurance Broker has a duty of care to the client to secure the best deal on the market by 'broking' the insurance requirement out to all insurance companies who will accept the risk. An Agent of an Insurance Company works only for the Insurance Company concerned and thus the client will get a quote from only the insurance company the Agent represents .


if your insurance agent had entered the wrong vin number in when getting you insurance by one digit and they issued you a policy and have been driving around under the assumption you had insurance and get in an accident?? who is liable??


an application is what an insurance agent fills out and you sign and pay premium and then the agent summits to company


When you are involved in an accident involving injury or property damage, you need to report it to your agent, broker, or insurance company within seven days, regardless of who is at fault. If you are unable to report it within seven days, report it as soon as possible after that. If you don't report your accident within a reasonable amount of time, your insurance company may not have to honour your claim. http://www.fsco.gov.on.ca/english/insurance/auto/after_auto_accident_ENG.pdf


Let your insurance company/agent handle the claim--they will collect from the other insurance if there is a valid claim. You'll need a police report.


Call your agent or your insurance company.


You can become a business insurance agent by studying insurance in college or business in college. In addition, you can become a business insurance agent by applying for an insurance company.


You can file a claim with your insurance agent. Most companies have apps that you can use to submit pictures and details of the accident so the agent knows the details of it before they arrive on site to evaluate the damage. Police departments may also need to be notified if there was an injury involved.


A personal lines agent deals with homeowners and auto insurance. A general lines agent deals with commercial insurance, bail bonds, life, accident, and health insurance.


Your agent can help, or you can call the insurance company direct. If you can't find the insurance company online, or lost your agent info, any agent may be able to help you.



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