I would say use both insurance's because neither of them pay 100%. Use one insurance for primary and let the other insurance pick up what the other one doesn't pay. Kind of like a supplemental insurance. ==Answer == Absolutely use both. If you get to make the determination then choose as primary the one with the greatest benefit. Don't be surprised however if each wants to claim that the other is primary. What it may come down to in that situation is the one that was in place first will likely be considered primary.
Theft will be covered by most auto insurance policies as long as you have full coverage insurance. It will not be covered if you only have liability or basic coverage.
No, vehicles are only covered under auto insurance policies. Homeowners insurance policies provide no coverage for automobiles.
Yes, you can be covered by multiple dental policies. There will be one insurance carrier as your primary insurance and the second insurance carrier will be your secondary insurance.
Either vehicle is covered by auto insurance but you would need to get insurance policies that cover commercial vehicles.
No. Fraud is not a covered peril under your home insurance policy. However, Many Home insurance policies do have coverage for certain kinds of theft.
In most cases, personal injury policies are not the same as collision insurance. You should check with your insurance provider to see if you are covered.
It depends on the covered perils of your policy. On some policies there is coverage for water damage and on some policies water is not a covered peril or it is excluded.
Personal possessions are usually covered on your homeowners or renters insurance policies.
Not in the United States, Flood Insurance is purchased separately.
Business insurance policies can be custom tailored too your needs. I would suggest speaking with an insurance agent.
AnswerThe policy with your name on it is prime.
Liberty Mutual Insurance offers hurricane insurance. This type of insurance is an add on so consumers should check their policies to make sure they are covered.
The reference to SRCC in an insurance policy is generally taken to mean "Strike, Riot or Civil Commotion". It is a fairly standard exclusion (non-covered occurrence) in many insurance policies, including health policies.
check the covered perils on your insurance policy. Most policies won't cover it
Whether or not an intervention program is covered by your insurance will depend on the type of program and also your insurance policy. You may be required to get a pre-certification.
It depends on your policy perils and exclusions. Generally home owners policies exclude motorized vehicles. ATVs usually have their own insurance policies if you want to get them covered.
Some policies cover up to 25 miles into Mexico, but nothing more. You need to check your policy. Usually you have to buy special insurance to be covered in Mexico.
Usually there is no legal requirement for landlords to purchase landlord insurance. It is typically a supplemental insurance for landlords in case there is damage caused to their property that is not covered by other insurance policies.
Most ordinary homeowners insurance policies do not cover the policy holder against earthquake damage. However, additional policies can be taken called earthquake insurance to cover people's property against earthquakes.
In insurance, the term ex-wind is when your property is affected by wind but isn't covered in the insurance. Some insurance policies don't cover wind damage.
It depends on the state and the insurance you have; in general, childbirth is covered on most women's policies, so be sure that she has insurance and that it covers childbirth.