Did you register your car in the new state, buy a house or sign a year's lease, get home-owners/renters insurance, have your mail permanantly forwarded, etc.? If you packed up, moved and no longer maintain a residence in the old state, absolutely yes. If you kept your old house and intend to return, maybe, but three months is a long vacation.
The Owners Vehicle Policy offers primary first pay coverage. Any policy carried by the driver would invoke as secondary coverage.
the Atlantic mutual insurance company from New York insured the titanic. Company paid $100000 in hull coverage.
The accidental death insurance does not pay in case the insured dies due to illness.
When you file an insurance claim, if you do not have enough insurance coverage, under insurance claims can be the result. Under insurance is a term used when calculating claims when the coverage is not enough and the policy has undervalued the amount insured.
Insurance policy with top-up arrangement, will allow you to purchase more insurance coverage any time.
There is not enough information to answer your question. Did this injury occur in the home or away from the home? Who was injured and how did it occur? Was an insured household resident injured at the insured home? A homeowners insurance policy often provides a small amount of medical coverage if the insured elected it at the time of purchase for minor household injuries but does not replace a medical insurance policy. Was a guest injured on the premises of the insured home? Homeowners insurance policies often provide Liability coverage if the insured elected the coverage at the time of purchase that might provide coverage if the insured home owner was at fault for the injury. You would need to check your home insurance policy or contact your agent to determine if you purchased medical coverage or liability coverage depending on what occurred and if so, what limits are available.
"The average amount of life insurance coverage on insured husbands is $235,600 "
You have to be either named or you have to fit the definition of a named insured on the policy.
No. Your homeowners insurance coverage is specific to the named insured(s). It does not cover the property of another.
In automobile insurance, collision coverage provides for repairing a vehicle when it is damaged due to the fault of the insured. Liability insurance provides for cost of repair of the OTHER vehicle if you damaged it.
There are many reasons why someone would want to get event insurance coverage. In case someone has an accident or something during an event it is important to be insured.
I'm almost positive that the answer is "yes", especially if the insurance company has already reimbursed you for your losses.
You should double check with your insurance company to see how your policy is written, but usually your insurance would kick in as secondary coverage and you would be covered.
Ultimately the insured is responsible for obtaining adequate liability insurance coverage. If a loss is incurred, it will generally be covered by whichever policy was in force at the time of the loss excepting where Professional liability is the covering policy type.
In most insurance policies today part of the terms are an agreement by the insured to cooperate with the insurer. Cooperation requries the insured to participate and assign their rights to the insurance provider for claims the insured has against the original tortfeasor. In the event that the insurer pays a claim that was caused by a 3rd party, the insurance provider will requrie their insured to sign over subrogation rights. In the case of uninsured motorist coverage, the insurance provider's right of subrogation is created by statute.
accidental death is the answer :)
Yes, you will need insurance coverage. In most instances, your business insurance will cover equipment leases.
Co-InsuredThe "Co-Insured" is another person or entity that is also covered under your insurance policy.
Auto Insurance provides coverage for losses and liabilities of the drivers named as covered on the policy.
It depends on the type of policy you purchased. It may provide coverage for permissive use or it may not. Contact your insurance agent and they can advise you of the coverage you have now and recommend the appropriate coverage for you.
Yes, there is no bar in the insured person being beneficiary on another insurance policy.
Holiday insurance is one type of travel insurance. You buy the coverage from a company and are then are insured in case of problems that arise throughout the trip.
FDIC only insures bank deposits. Insurance company obligations are insured to certain limits by state insurance guarantee boards. If you contact your state insurance department, they can provide you with the limits of that state's coverage.
If the items are scheduled on your homeowners insurance policy for coverage, the items belong to you and the garage is the same one at the insured home, then you should have no problem with coverage.