Assume is a word that means to take power of something. A good sentence would be, the woman assumed full responsibility for the accident that caused the damage.
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When the us assumed the responsibility for collecting customs tariffs in the domain republic using the marines as agents it was applying?
Heyward assumed the responsibility of caring and protecting Munro's daughters.
They are at fault, even if that fault is shared jointly. That car is not supposed to be on the roadway, period. Therefore, it's assumed the accident would not have happened if that car hadn't been there. The driver will be cited for driving without insurance, and the car will be impounded.
nova net: assumed responsibility for the needy
Safety is required in industries and other workplaces to prevent accidents and make it a safe place to work. This can be achieved, only if everyone working in industry assumed a responsibility towards safety and takes active part in accident prevention.
B. The Roosevelt Corollary.
Possibly. Being the owner of the vehicle, you assumed some of the responsibiliy when you loaned it to the other person. A lot of it depends on the circumstances surrounding the accident, though. Contact your insurance company and give them all the facts regarding the accident, and they can give you a more detailed answer. I would also advise you to get a copy of the accident report before you contact them, which you can get from the police precinct or sheriffs department that worked the accident. yes you can. anyone who drives your car is using your insurance unless you have insurance that covers any driver. Yes, as stated above, it is possible for you to be sued. But, it can still depend on the circumstances of the accident, the type of policy you have, and even whether or not that person had your permission to drive your car. Check your policy for any exclusions, as well as liability limitations.
Traditionally, a Godparent is assumed to take over raising the baptized child in the event of the child's parents' deaths. It is also assumed that the Godparent will raise the child in the faith of the parents.
== == Seems it was assumed/bought by American National Insurance Company in 1994. Try 800-899-6806 for help. Otherwise, before an insurance company can sell insurance in a certain state, it must register with the State Dept of Insurance. If the company is sold, then it must notify the Dept of who it was sold to. If it just closes down, its policies were likely sold to another company, the Dept will have to be notified of that as well. Contact your State's Dept of Insurance and inquire there.
This question is rather unspecific so it will be assumed that 'female insurance' refers to car insurance. Most insurance companies offer car insurance for female drivers and some even cater specifically to female drivers.
If you take it to your insurance company they should be able to locate the policy number be reading the letters. My son was involved in an accident with someone who did not speak English. The police gathered the man's information and my son assumed that the name of his insurance company would be on the police report. It was not and our insurance company (Liberty Mutual) said they could not determine the name of the other driver's insurance company by the policy #. Does anyone know what company issues auto insurance with the prefix APV in the policy number? i believe APV is travelers
If your Insurance co. gets involved it will cost you your deductable. If you want to do it on your own, you need to consider two factors: 1). How well do you know the Insurance dealings and practices? and 2). How good of negotiator are you? Keep in mind, the INSURANCE CO. ARE NOT IN BUSINESS TO GIVE MONEY AWAY!!! I would give it very careful thought before proceeding on my own. If you have any doubts, let your insurance co. handle it. My advice is based on nothing else but experience.
The roosevelt corollary
Because you assumed responsibility for the bike when you borrowed it, the responsibility for the damages is yours. Your friend can sue you and a judgment would be placed against you. The court would garnish your wages only if you failed to pay the judgment. Your best bet is to keep your reputation and friendship intact and pay the damages.
It depends which record you are talking about. Penndot keeps the motor vehicle records (MVR)- which may or may not contain accident information. If an accident is listed on your motor vehicle record it does not indicate fault but is assumed to be at fault by insurance companies unless supporting documentation is provided. Major violations such as DUI, reckless driving, vehicular homicide, etc are applicable to insurance rates for at least 5 years. One note is that even if you dont have any "points" on your license, if you have a violation within 3 years the insurance company can and will use it to determine rates. The other record is an insurance company database called CLUE. It is reported by insurance companies and simply lists claims with date, amount paid and coverage paid under, and sometimes a VIN number of vehicle involved. In Pennsylvania companies can use the previous 5 years but some use only 3 years of history. You should always keep any documents related to claims or accidents to provide proof to insurance companies if an accident was not your fault.
The bank has lost its guarantor in the sense that the co-signer had assumed responsibility for someone else's payment obligation. The primary borrower must be depended upon to pay off the loan.If two people were co-borrowers the surviving borrower would be left with full responsibility for the debt.The bank has lost its guarantor in the sense that the co-signer had assumed responsibility for someone else's payment obligation. The primary borrower must be depended upon to pay off the loan.If two people were co-borrowers the surviving borrower would be left with full responsibility for the debt.The bank has lost its guarantor in the sense that the co-signer had assumed responsibility for someone else's payment obligation. The primary borrower must be depended upon to pay off the loan.If two people were co-borrowers the surviving borrower would be left with full responsibility for the debt.The bank has lost its guarantor in the sense that the co-signer had assumed responsibility for someone else's payment obligation. The primary borrower must be depended upon to pay off the loan.If two people were co-borrowers the surviving borrower would be left with full responsibility for the debt.
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In the 2007 worldwide report for Jehovah's Witnesses, Dubai is not listed by name, so it is assumed that Dubai is among the 36 countries that does not have true freedom of religion, therefore, the work of Jehovah's Witnesses is likely banned. With that being said, any meeting places for Jehovah's Witnesses in Dubai, if there are any, are not be known. Answer 2: If you are truly interested in Kingdom Halls any information is found on our website jw.org
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she drowned herself while picking flowers. it is assumedthat it was suicide but I supposed she might've slipped and fallen in the creek by accident
Unless the insurance was cancelled for an unsubstantiated reason, there's not much you can do as far as law enforcement is concerned. You should have received notice of the impending cancellation, but it's not grounds for fighting the cancellation itself; it is assumed that you know you should be up to date on payments and aware of any situations that might threaten your coverage. It's a case of bad timing, really. At the time of the accident, the vehicle was uninsured and law enforcement (and the courts) don't usually go out of the way to hear excuses.
In the U.S., in states that do not have No-Fault insurance: You need Uninsured Motorist coverage to cover damage to your car in case of hit and run. In order to not be held at fault inappropriately, get the contact information of any witnesses, and explain what happened to the police. If there is doubt about who is at fault, the insurance company may decide based on the police report (including what citations were issued). A court decision, including assumed guilt if a citation is not contested, will often determine fault.