Your insurance will have to pay regardless if the other person has insurance or not. You were at fault.
The other person pays.
It should. But it's much easier to collect if you have your own insurance.
Several things can happen. Allowing you parked legally other than insurance: the person who hit your parked car is responsible to pay damage. If you were parked on private property the lack of insurance means nothing. If you were parked on a public road or public parking lot you could be on the hook for a ticket for uninsured vehicle, but the other guy should pay anyway. Don't admit to driving with out insurance!
Yes. When your car is parked all medical bills and repair costs are the responsibility of the person who hit your car.
Yes, if the vehicle is registered, in most states, you must have it insured. If the officer asks for proof of insurance, you are required to show it to him. If you do not have it, he may issue you a ticket. It does not matter if the car was in motion or parked.
Fill out accident report with police. The person's insurance will pay for repairs.
if it there fault there insurance pays
If it was leagally parked, you should be asking what are your obligations if you hit a parked car. Your responsibilities are to pay the cost of fixing the Property of the person who's car you hit. Man up and do the right thing.
The California Department of Insurance has many jobs, such as auditor, as well as being a person that collects the insurance money from the various people.
the person how parked.
I am not sure about California itself but of the states I do no about the penalty is always more than six months of insurance would have cost the person had they purchased the liability insurance.
No, that's what car insurance is for. If someone hit your car, that person is the one liable for your damages, not the property owner where it was parked.
California car insurance rates are significantly higher than the national average. If a person is in the market for car insurance in California, it is best to compare rates offered by different insurance companies.
Well the person that hit you is not responsible enough to drive with insurance, if someone was in your parked car, you would still be responsible,its your car after all. The person that hit your car would be liable and you would have to go after them legally. If the uninsured driver in fact gets injured he will be responsible for himself, insurance companies are not in the business of paying people who drive illegally.
California has a minimum insurance policy in regards to liability. The minimum liability insurance in California is $15,000 for injury or death to one person, $30,000 for injury or death to more than one person, and $5,000 for damage to property. If the insurance at one company is too expensive, try shopping around at different insurance companies and ask what types of discounts you may qualify for.
Their insurance would be primary and your insurance would be secondary, generally speaking.
Insurance is based on liability. In other words the person who is at fault must pay for any damage caused. It makes no difference whether the at-fault driver crashes into an animal, a person, a parked car, a moving vehicle or even a wall or some street furniture. The problem in most cases is (1) finding the person responsible and (2) recovering the money if they are not covered by insurance. Trying to prove it is the first step.
Collision insurance means that if you were to get in an accident the insurance company would pay to fix your car instead of the person's that you hit.
No absolutely NOT - nice try though (with all due respect)
California is a mandatory insurance state. Under California tort law you would be able to be sued for not having insurance as mandated by law.
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Personally I would sue the person for damages in a civil court for payment of the repair or replacement of the car.
Get the license number and insurance info from that person
Hello, I am trying to see if a person had a life insurance policy in California. The person is deceased and I would like to see if a benificiary was named.