If you have a wreck and pay out of pocket for the other driver's damages is it possible for them to take it and still make a claim and get more money?
Absolutely! Do not assume that just because they agreed to accept payment directly from you, that the incident is over. Insurance companies need to be notified of losses in a timely manner. If you don't report a loss and pay yourself and the other driver claims other damages, your insurance company may not pay for them if you did not report it. Injuries due to accidents can become apparent long after the accident occurred. Protect yourself by reporting the claim. That's why you pay insurance premiums in the first place.
I would guess that your gross claim is the total amount of damages done and your net claim is the damages less your deductible. The gross claim may also include the cost of adjusting the claim, like sending someone out to appraise your damages. The extra costs aren't held against you, only the total damages. Read More
The same as any other accident. If you have damages you submit a claim. If you have no damages then there is nothing to claim. Read More
If a person has already claimed damages from the at fault drivers insurance company can that person still go ahead and sue the person at fault?
No, the insurance company when settling the claim will have you sign a waiver of damages for their insured before giving you a check. Read More
You need to make a claim against the neighbors homeowners insurance for damages. Since it sounds like it was an "act of god" they may not cover the damages. In that case you have two choices, you could use your comp insurance to cover damages, if you have comp coverages on your policy, or pay the damages out of your pocket and see if the neighbor is willing to help out with the charges. Read More
You have five options: 1). You can gather their insurance information and file a claim against their policy. 2). You can file a claim on your own policy and pay your collision deductible. 3). You can have the other party pay out of pocket for the damages. 4). You can pay the damages your self. 5). You can not fix your car. Read More
The amount of a claim from an accident has no bearing on the drivers legal requirement for financial responsibility. All drivers are required to carry financial responsibility before they drive. whether or not they have had an accident Read More
Does the insurance of the party at fault cover damages if the other party does not have a valid drivers license?
Yes, the claim will be paid. While your brother may receive a ticket, he is still entitled to compensation for the loss. Read More
Unless there is a specified time frame in your families insurance policy there is no specific set time. That said, your families insurer could deny any claim you may have if you are not listed as a driver. Meaning you and your family would be paying out of pocket for any claim/damages you cause. Read More
My 12 year old daughter sustained a whiplash injury after a goalpost fell on her neck in her school in New Delhi India 23 months ago can i still claim damages as she is still suffering from it?
if you have not claimed any damages yet, i don't understand why you couldn't now if she's still suffering from it. you might be asked why you didn't claim damages a lot earlier, since it's been almost two years, but that doesn't mean it isn't possible. with a good lawyer you can do just about anything. Read More
If the tenant damages the property he is liable for such damages. The Landlord may or may not have his own insurance for this purpose but the tenant is liable. If the Tenant has his own insurance (Renter's Insurance) then the Tenant may file a claim and damages will be covered by that insurance. Read More
You are supposed to and I would reccommend that you do. You simply notify them but do not place a claim. Covers you if the out of pocket does not work especially if a bodily injury claim comes along! Read More
What percent of drivers involved in lane change crashes claim they did not see the other vehicle? Read More
Assuming that you have collision coverage, you are under no obligation to have your insurer pay for the repairs to your car. You are free to pay for the repairs yourself. If there was another vehicle involved, and you were at fault for the collision, other considerations exist. The other person involved will likely want to assert a claim with your insurer to ensure that damages get covered. However, if you can reach an agreement… Read More
The President can use a pocket veto is when two conditions exist: Congress adjourns for more than ten days, and bill return to Congress is not possible. In recent years, presidents have used a controversial procedure called a "protective return" pocket veto, when presidents claim the right to pocket veto a bill, but then return it to Congress's legally designated agents. Read More
In contracts "damages" are what you sustain from a breach of the agreement. Damages are also what third parties could claim for damages to their property or for personal injuries. Indemnities provide you with protection against third party claims for injuries or damages they sustained as a result or actions by one of the parties to the agreement. Read More
If you were paid by an insurance company 6 years ago to get a new roof but did not and now have a different insurance company on the same house can you make a claim on the roof with new company?
You can make a claim, but if you are claiming the same damages that is insurance fraud and it is a federal crime. If you have unrelated damages you can make a claim, or you can disclose the prior claim to your insurance carrier and they will advise you if there is any coverage that would apply. Read More
That is entirely up to you and the other party. If they will sign off on the payment as being complete, there is no requirement to file a claim. Read More
You need to file a Civil claim against him for damages to your property. Consult a lawyer Your insurance company should be doing that for you. Read More
A good place to get cheap car insurance for new drivers in Las Vegas, Nevada is A&J insurance. They claim to check over 20 companies to provide the lowest possible rates. Read More
The US Court of Federal Claims Read More
If they can prove that the delay has caused them a loss, then yes. Read More
You should run the claim through your insurance first. The neighbor or their insurance company can come after you for damages. Read More
No you cannot. You need to be paying your house rent from your pocket if you want to claim HRA tax benefits Read More
A direct equity claim is an owner's and shareholder's right to profits. An indirect equity claim is a shareholder's right to compensation due to damages received by the company the shareholder owns shares with. Read More
Did your premium increase when you canceled the claim process and paid for the damages yourself or left it damaged?
Any time you file a claim you run the risk of your premiums raising due to the labor the insurance company put into your claim. Read More
It depends on the type of damage. Read More
Anyone who suffers injury or property damage in a collision is allowed to file a claim to insurance companies. Damages are to be paid by the insurance company of the person deemed to be at fault. In the case of injury to minors, damages are to be paid to the parents or guardians. Read More
How can a claim be dropped if the other party was at fault and you had only liability insurance on your vehicle?
If you are the claimant, then you just contact the insurance company where you filed your claim again and inform them that you wish to withdraw your claim for damages. If another person is the claimant, then it is up to them to pursue the claim or not. Read More
If the other driver was at fault and had liability insurance, you may be able to recover these damages. However, many states only require that drivers or registrants of vehicles have property damage liability insurance, which only pays for property damages caused by their negligence. Also, most states require that you sustain a permanent injury to a part of your body in order to maintain a claim for pain and suffering damages. The permanency must… Read More
A statuate of limitation is a law that sets the deadline to file a lawsuit on a claim for damages. These laws vary by state and even by the type of claim. You must specify the state and type of claim. Read More
First of all you need to get insurance as soon as possible. 2nd you need to report the claim if you don't you will not get pay for the damages. If you don't get insurance your license might get restrited for not having insurance and been involve in an accident. Read More
Do receive a point on your record if you get hit by an uninsured motorist and claim the damages with your insurance company in California?
No, you will not receive a point. Read More
If your car was damaged by police during a search which did not result in finding of drugs who pays damages?
You can file a claim with the department or with the city. Read More
Probably. Contact your insurance. They may file against your neighbor's insurance. Read More
You have 2 years to take him to small claims court to recover your damages. Read More
If you must buy those clothes out of your own pocket, yes you can. Read More
If you can pay it out of pocket fine but be ready for a large cost as the person is going to try to get you badly. Call the police and get a report done at the least. If is within your means you will benefit by not making a claim just be ready for more than you think it will be. Read More
Your insurance policy is designed to protect you and your assets. If someone else is making a claim against you for damages, even an unsubstantiated claim, your insurance company has a duty to review the details of the claim and handle accordingly. It's what you pay them for. If you were not negligent, your insurance company should determine that and notify the party making a claim against you that you are not liable for their… Read More
A cause of action is sometimes defined as the legal basis upon which a claim for damages or other relief rests. Sometimes it refers to the claim itself. The word "action" refers to the actual lawsuit. Read More
Can you file a claim with your insurance company for underside damages to your vehicle if you hit a rock or block?
Yes you can but you will be the one paying for all damages and repairs and deductibles. Why not go get it fixed with out the headache of all that. You cant sue the city or state because that would be very hard to prove that the damages came from anything that they were negligent for. Read More
When a landlord files a claim against a tenant for unpaid rent and is awarded damages - does the judgment stay on the tenant's record?
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They would have to file a claim with the insurance company for any damages or injury. However, they cannot ask for money to reimburse them for punitive damages--that would be a civil case. Read More
Most homeowners insurance policies cover repairs caused by storm damage, however you will have to check your policy to be certain. Usually, you will have a fixed amount of time to claim damages. Read More
If you are a victim of hit-and-run accident caused by a rental car driver can you claim the damages from this rental car company directly?
You can only claim against the rental company if the driver took out their insurance. If he has his own separate insurance, that is where you need to make the claim. Read More
Depending on your company a comp claim will count as a claim and your rates will probably go up at renewal. dont forget the deductable. Unless it is alot of money to fix I would not make a claim It is possible that will happen, yes; if the damage is not too expensive, it might be better to pay for the repair out of pocket. But if the damage is quite expensive, then, yes, that… Read More
Your next step is to file suit against the store if the owner denies your claim. If your damages are $15,000 or less and the suit is in Georgia then you can file in Magistrate Court. Read More
Does car insurance cover the cost of damages if you accidentally slide your car into a transformer box during a snow storm?
They will cover the damages to your car, but your rates will more than likely go up because you are filing a claim on you own car. Read More
It depends. If you're trying to keep your rates from going up, you'd need to look at your past claims history, the amount of damages from this loss, etc. If this is a minor loss, you can just pay out-of-pocket and be done with it. But, be warned: If you're talking about damages to another vehicle that you caused, you need to proceed very carefully. This is because the other party might take their car… Read More
There is more freedom in contractual law where as in tortuous liability it is more of imposed nature. The claimant will receive compensation for damages and expected earnings in the case of contract liability where as the claimant can only claim damages as in the case of tortuous liability. There is more privacy in the contract in the case of contractual liabilities as the parties who are involved in the contract are the one who… Read More