Pretty much nothing. Learn a lesson, always carry insurance!
Contact your agent or policy services for your insurance company and they will be able to tell you.
If you ran then you need no insurance. If you got hit and the other guy got caught...sue him.
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After a hit and run, the individual hit should file a police report as soon as possible. That police report should then be presented to the person's insurance company who will assess the damages to the vehicle.
The insurance company is not required to report a hit and run to the police but in most all personal auto policies, the insured is required to report a hit and run to the police before the insurance company will treat the claim as an uninsured motorist claim. This is usually a policy requirement.
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you would have to claim it on your own insurance.
In a case that is like this, the insurance company can pay under uninsured motorist and attempt to collect when the hit and run driver is found. Although it is not your fault the insurance company will keep a record and note if you have a repeat of this happening.
Yes. As long as you were insured when the accident happened they will pay the claim.
Hit and run is considered a moving violation and will never change the circumstances of an accident. The facts will be weighed without the hit and run.
If you were the victim of hit and run driver, and your vehicle damaged others as a result - notify your insurance company and it, and the insurance companies of the other damaged vehicles, will engage in what is known as "subrogation" of the costs of repairing the vehicles involved.
That would be considered a hit and run which would fall in the comp/coll portion of an insurance policy
You need to contact your insurance agent and they can print the proof of insurance that you need. If your agent is close by you can run by and pick up the insurance card. We make cards in the office every day for people.
Did you locate the culprit? How much uninsured motorist insurance did you have? You have to find someone to sue.
Uninsured motorists coverage if you picked it up when you puchased your auto insurance would pay for a hit and run loss.
Yes, you should be covered if someone hits you or you hit them regardless of someone leaving the scene.
If you have an applicable coverage it should cover you whether you run away or not.
Your own insurance carrier & the police will handle this. Of course if they never find out who hit you, then you will have no way of knowing. I agree with the 1st answer.
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You give it to the police and they will deal with it. Or your insurance company will deal with it.
All Insurance companies will give you a free insurance quote. If an insurance comany wants to charge you a fee for a quote, run away as quicj as you can. State Farm, Farmers, Geico, Insurance Plus, Progressive, Amax, Farmers Insurance. Any company you can think of will give you a quote for free. Most companies now will also have teh ability for your to get a free quote at their company web site.
Most insurance brokers can run his information to see how much insurance costs from various companies. Progressive insurance also will compare your rates.
There is no certain answer to this because there are so many variables involved. First of all insurance companies don't check motorvehicle records of current customers very often unless you give them a reason to such as filing a claim. Second is that one ticket for many people would have no effect on their insurance premiums. The problem that you might run into is in trying to leave Farmers for another company.