This may vary based on your insurance carrier and the state you live in, but my insurance company told me I was unable to add my son to my policy if he lived with the other parent. If fact, the other parent refused to add him to their policy, and I was still unable to add him to mine because he did not "live" in my home. Our only alternative was to find a company which would set him up on his own policy, which I've been told is generally not allowed. Hope this helps.
This may be sufficient to warrant a change of custody to prohibit unsupervised visitation with the child and the non-custodial parent. It should also be reported to the licensing board.
This teenager did not get a license from the non-custodial parent. He got it from the State. And if he is licensed and resides in your household, your insurance company needs to know. He just might have to drive you to the ER or something.
You can take an exam to sell insurance for various companies. Being a licensed acupuncturist has nothing to do with being an insurance salesperson.
It enables you to sell the insurance that you are licensed for.
The average salary of a licensed insurance consultant is about USD$101,000 per year. A licensed insurance consultant is earning 50% higher than the average salary for all jobs nationwide.
You usually need insurance only when you are licensed.
Yes, you could get direct auto insurance from any licensed insurance agent. You might want to call various insurance agents to get the best rate, however.
Call a licensed life insurance agent
Yes, they may split a sales commission with another who is also licensed for the line of insurance of the policy which was sold. Both must be licensed in insurance.
It is available through most licensed insurance agents who write auto insurance.
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Yes, you must have your P&C insurance license to sell pet insurance
If you are listed as a covered driver on the Insurance Policy then yes they will pay the claim whether you are licensed or not. Most Insurers will not offer you an auto insurance policy to begin with if you are not licensed but some will.
I work in the insurance field, and we have learned that the Youthful Operator licensed less than one year just means they are a brand new driver. In some states, there is a surcharge that is assessed to the policy because of this. The reason being is that she is an inexperienced driver and is more at risk than anyone. I'm not sure why your policy was cancelled because of this.
When it's a self-driven car, you need license to get car insurance from any insurance company.
Look for a licensed title insurance agent with an office in the state you are transacting business in. You can contact your state insurance administration for information or a list of licensed agents in your state or look on line for a licensed title insurance agent in your local area. I would recommend confirming they are licensed and bonded. You can also check other qualifications by looking for a title company affiliated with local chambers of commerce and or professional associations like ALTA.
No, you can not get insurance unless you have at least one licensed driver on a policy.
Yes. A non-custodial parent still has some parental rights, which can be relinquished. However, you should consult a licensed attorney before considering such an action.
You have to be a licensed agent in the state you want to sell insurance. Also, you need to be appointed by the carrier/ insurance company you want to sell for.
You will need to be trained and licensed to sale insurance. You can get training with the insurance company you would like to represent.
To do it legally? Then yes. Illegally then... NO!
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It is my understanding that the car owner's insurance pays for the person who was hit. The driver's insurance is responsible for the car he/she was driving.