No, the vehicle's owner's insurance is liable. The insurance is on the specific vehicle, not on the driver. It does not seem fair, but that is the way it is. Nathan C
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.
Georgia does not. Instead, you must have $25,000 per person bodily injury. $50,000 per accident for bodily injury on two or more people. $25,000 per accident for property damage. It doesn't say anything about PIP insurance.
No, The law does not require an insurer to pay more than the value of the loss.
insurance can protect you from a fear from death, injure, loss of property and also from a harm caused by you to somebody (for example if you are involved in a road accident but instead of being a victim you must pay a fine)
leave can be used instead of permission eg: By your leave , may I use the car?
Texas is the only state were an employee does not have to have workers' comp insurance. Instead they can have a private accident insurance plan. But they must have one or the other. AN employer can exclude contract employees from coverage under their plan (at least in Texas). I forget the exact number, but I know if an employer is a small company, I think it may be under 15, then they don't have to have workers comp or an accident plan.
Instead of what?
I believe that you are referring to an accident policy. There are also some that state they will only payout if you die while traveling on public transportation. In my opinion, accident policies are not worth the cost even though it is usually small. You are better off taking the money and purchasing as much life insurance as possible instead of the accident only policy. Life insurance will pay no matter how you die and it is money you can count on your family getting. You don't have to die in the right way to protect your family. What if a commuter train you are own crashes but you survive the crash only to die a few minutes later from heart failure. The accident policy will not pay but the life insurance would pay and without any problem.
why does someone always need to be at fault. its just an accident, get on with life and claim it on your own insurance, instead of trying to find someone to blame
It depends on the insurance company and their particular experience with the kind of work, number of employees, loss history, management, company's safety program, areas of operation and more. Your insurance agent can discuss options. If you're self-employed, ask about Occupational Accident and Contingent Liability instead of Workers' Compensation.
please give another word that we can use instead of insurance
The 44 instead of the 22
Mexico I think!!
It's better to ask permission to do or borrow something instead of saying sorry for doing in after
Sanger claimed that people have been a silly reception committee.
Yes ... otherwise she would still be responsible if you got into an accident.
Check with your state insurance department (Google "insurance department" and your state,) but I don't see why not. If the 16-year old is a high wage earner (actor, singer, etc.) they may want to opt out because they have great health, life and accident insurance and the low maximum limit for lost wages under Comp is unappealing. In this case, you may want to provide Occupational Accident coverage instead (or in addition), state laws permitting.
King Henry II made him Archbishop of Canterbury hoping that he would be easy to control, as he was Henry's friend. Instead he took the Church's side and opposed Henry. This angered Henry and Thomas Becket was killed, Henry claimed it was an accident but probably not.
If you were recently in a car accident, you should not go to just any body shop based on location. Instead, you should first check with the insurance agencies. Usually, the will give you a list of locations to go to and you should go to one of those shops to get your work done.
If the car is not financed-Yes
Maybe. Whatever you do, don't let the insurance company or anyone associated with the insurance company (including lawyers recommended by the insurance company) tell you whether or not to sue. Instead, contact a personal injury lawyer of your own choosing and talk to him or her about your case. Many personal injury lawyers can be found in the phone book. Look for one who will give you a free consultation.
E-Insurance is essentially insurance you purchase online instead of dealing directly with a provider. You can find more information online at www.einsurance.com/
Highway insurance isnt a good idea, instead you should be buying rainbow insurance. Think about it, Rainbow Insurance, how many rainbows do you see a day? Enough to give.
Check out a Company Called UMU they have a Boat Insurance Basic page that answers some great questions about the the insurance policies.