How can you locate a person's insurance company when they refuse to tell you who it is?
if it is regarding an accident call the police they cant refuse to tell them(they probably dont have one if they wont tell you)
Can you refuse to have an insurance company carry out repairs to your van and do them yourself after an rta?
after an insurance company is involed after a road traffic accident can i refuse thier offer and do the repairs myself
Does a health insurance company have to issue you insurance even if you refuse to sign the medical info release form?
No. If you refuse to let them see your medical records, they don't have to insure you.
What to do if your insurance ruled other party at fault and they refuse to turn in to their insurance now they are suing you?
I would get your insurance company involved, they are there to keep this from happening.
It is not against the law for an employer to refuse health insurance to their employees. Many companies and major corporations do offer health insurance through health benefits administrators, which are part of the HR department of the company you work for. You might want to get more information about this for your company or from the health benefits administrator of your company.
Insurance companies do not pay your mortgage for you regardless of if your on vacation or not.
In the UK a company has to have certain liability insurance for the public and employees. The type and extent of that insurance would depend on the business itself. No company is required to supply personal health insurance outside of the liabilities of such insurance.
Absolutely - the insurance company would view you as a 'high risk' because of your DUI. Any insurance company can refuse to insure you - they don't have to give a reason !
yes I am guessing if he drinkes to much
The life insurance company can refuse to pay on your death, as you fraudulently signed the contract.
Of course the lawyer has the right to ask...and you have the right to refuse.
Almost any car insurance company may sometimes allow people to purchase insurance without a deposit. However, they may also refuse if the information provided is not acceptably risk-free enough.
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??
Your insurance company refuse to pay a decent compensation for pain and suffering can you sue for a higher amount?
You can sue your insurance company for a higher amount but there is no guarantee that you will win. You will need to have proof and be convincing that you deserve more money for the pain and suffering.
Can an insurance company refuse to pay for damages caused by their client if the accident was ruled his fault by the police?
They can, but you can sue the other driver for damages.
they cannot suspend you, only a court and the police can, however, they can refuse to insure you.
well, i dont think so, but now a days the insurenece company is doing everything that there not supposed to.
Not if the insured died and it was beyond the 2 year contestibility and suicide clause period.
Can an insurance company cancel your homeowners insurance if you refuse to install exterior stair rails?
As long as the contract itself has no specifically stated agreement that shows coverage is unconditional, then, as long as they give proper notice, an insurance company can cancel ANY insurance policy for ANY reason. Of course, if you disagree with the decision, you can always consult an attorney and go from there
What if your rental car was stolen and you have no insurance by your credit card neither from rental company - What are the consequences Will you have to pay another car If yes if you refuse to?
You are fully responsible for any loss or damage to a rental car. If you do not have insurance to cover this or have not purchased insurance from the car rental company, they will go after you for the full cost of the rental vehicle.
They can't make you sign anything, but they can refuse to provide coverage.
If you are at fault in a wreck can your insurance only pay medical bills and refuse to pay for pain and suffering or for transportation to the doctor?
It's not actually a refusal. It is whatever is stipulated in your policy. Insurance companies are very careful about wording in documents. Although you can appeal to the company and also through the courts. But fighting an insurance company is usually an uphill battle.
An insurance company cannot suspend your license, period. Only the government can do that. What they can do is refuse to insure you. In practical terms, this may amount to the same thing, since most states make it illegal to drive without insurance (or some other proof of financial responsibility, such as a bond).
On average a company has 60 to pay the settlement or notify the beneficiary if there are any problems concerning the settlement. If the beneficiary killed the insured person the company can refuse to pay.
== == The insurance company has decided, based on your bad driving record, to refuse to insure you. No body's fault but your own. You said "given tickets by Police" I guess you forgot about being convicted in a court by a Judge, did you?
If within a few months of getting insurance you are diagnosed with hepatitis C and need a liver transplant can the insurance company cancel your policy?
No - an insurance company cannot cancel your policy or refuse to pay the claim, unless it can be proven that you were aware of this prior to obtaining the new insurance. They also cannot raise your premiums unless they raise everyone in your healthpool rates as well. A healthpool is a group of individuals who are in the same age range and insurance rating as you.
Maybe. What does their agreement with the Insurance Company say? Employment manual? Are other dependents covered for other employees? Open Enrollment? Qualifying Event? For more info see www.SteveShorr.com
The smart thing to do would be to amend your disclosures, as lying on the form can cause your insurance company to drop your coverage and/or refuse to pay for medical procedures. Or--just try not to get sick.
What happens when someone not on your insurance drives your car leaves the keys in the ignition and your car is stolen will the insurece company pay if my car is totaled or can they refuse to pay?
Read your policy.
Could be a touchy subject if you happen to also work for the same company that owns the truck. they would probably be at fault, and they most likely have insurance for such an event. if they happen to not have insurance or refuse to pay, then i would start contacting small-claims lawyers.
Sure he can if his practice does not take that particular insurance.
your insurance contract will have wording similar to the following, ''you must promptly report ALL accidents''.....it is a good idea to report, just in case a problem regarding liability, policy status, etc. with the other company should occur, and your company can help with that.....if you delay in reporting then a problem occurs your company COULD (rarely do however) refuse to pay.......or assist..........
If a speeding citaton is given with company insurance info instead of personal whose insurance and record is affected?
When a speeding citation is given, it is given to the driver... not the owner of the vehicle nor the person (or company) who is insuring the vehicle. Therefore, the driver's insurance and driving record will reflect the charge. If this person was driving a company vehicle (and therefore insurance paid by the company) then the companies insurance policy COULD be affected but not always. The cost of corporate insurance policies that cover multiple vehicle… Read More
Can an insurance company refuse to let you drive a car insured by them when you have other insurance?
Since the insurance company does not own the vehicle, they cannot refuse to let you drive it. What they CAN do is refuse to provide coverage for a person driving the vehicle - but it would state that in the policy provisions. If the driver in question was covered under his/her own policy then that policy might very well extend to other vehicles he/she were driving, but again, that would be in the policy provisions… Read More
The title, registration and insurance should be transferred to the new owner. If not and you are involved in an accident you may encounter problems with the insurance coverage and in the worst case scenerio the insurance company may refuse to pay. That would leave you exposed to a lawsuit.
If your insurance has agreed to a settlement but you feel the dollar amount is not enough can you refuse the settlement?
You may want to try and sue the party first, if you except what the insurance company offers you then that is an admission of satisfaction on your part. NO! Once you accept payment from YOUR insurance company (technically, once you cash the check), you surrender any right to persue the matter against the responsible party any further. Your acceptance of the insurnce company's pay out legally assigns your right to recover further back to… Read More
Can your company be penalized for a pre existing condition you do not list on your application for group health insurance?
Presumably in this context it is your employer providing you with health insurance. It is not that your company would be penalized, it is that the insurance company would refuse to pay for treatment of the preexisting condition. They set rates according to the known health of their pool of insured people. But upon signing up for your company's insurance plan you failed to divulge a known condition, and signed the statement saying you were… Read More
No. But as the insured (that is you) it is up to you to maintain your house in good repair. Insurance is there to cover the risk of unforeseen, accidental damage to your property not to replace parts that are wearing out naturally. If you fail to maintain the roof of your property in good repair the insurance company may refuse to pay out if your roof blows off. After all the damage would not… Read More
Can your previous car insurance company refuse to give you proof of your no claims bonus because you owe them money?
If you owe them money they don't have to give you anything until you complete your end of the deal
Can an insurance company cancel your homeowners insurance because you refuse to have your car insured with them?
That would be very bad business on the part of the insurer. Many homeowners would pay less for their insurance if they do not have them bundled together with the same company. I have a customer who previously had his home and car insured with the people. He had a 3 percent discount on the car insurance for having his home with them as well. When he calculated the 3%, it turned out to be… Read More
NO. By allowing a person who is NOT a licensed driver to drive your car, you committed an offense under the state regulations, so your insurance company can refuse to pay any claims. That is not true in California. Unless the person is specifically named as excluded from the policy, the insurance company will pay up to the limits on that policy. The original question asked about an UN_LICENSED driver. I can't think of any… Read More
Yes. Health insurance companies establish networks by negotiating payments for services. It is between the carrier and the provider to get this done. Not all doctors/hospitals are in every insurance company network. Larger networks benefit you. Typically larger networks mean higher premiums.
What can you do when you received a letter of cancelation for health benefits but not one for dental benefits from the insurance company so you were unaware and now they refuse to pay dental?
Pay your bill. You, not the insurance carrier, are responsible for making sure you have active coverage and for all outstanding charges not covered.
An insurance company may refuse to insure you if a. You are employed in a dangerous job - like a lion tamer or any other equivalently dangerous job where the chances of loss of life are considerably higher than normal life b. You are seriously ill or c. You are very old (Usually older than 60 or more) Insurance co's sell life insurance policies only to those customers who they see as potential healthy adults… Read More
Can a whole life insurance provider refuse to pay if they find they were lead to believe the insured did not smoke?
If death occurs within first 2 policy years, a life insurance company can deny a death claim if they can prove that the insured lied on the application and that the lie was material to their decision in taking on the risk. After policy has been in force for 2 years, the life company must pay the claim, even if the insured did lie. Never tell a lie to a life insurance company.
Can an at-fault person's auto insurance company refuse to pay a claim to the damaged party because the household member of the at-fault vehicle was not listed on the policy?
That is going to depend on the state.
Can the insurance company of the person at fault refuse to pay for the damages if their client claims he or she is not guilty?
In a case of word vs word and no witness or other proof on either side, the insurance company has a responsibility to their insured and must take their version of the accident, in which case, they would deny the claim to the other party in the accident. what if the at fault driver admits her fault but insists to settle outside of her insurance, but meanwhile refuses to pay for the damages
Yes, insurance can refuse to take your car when they claim a total loss on it. They would just have to take it to a junkyard from there anyway.
Can an insurance company discriminate against drivers of their own vehicles for delivery jobs in Florida?
Yes. Insurance companies can refuse to insure someone if they feel the vehicle will be used in an "at risk manner." Someone doing delivery service is more likely to have an accident, because of the increased driving.
If you have your CDL learners permit can you drive on private property without anyone in truck with you?
You won't get ticketed on private property, but if a claim has to be filed for an accident which ensues from an unlicenced driver operating solo on private property, that insurance company may refuse the claim, and even refuse to further ensure that truck or fleet.