Yes, less your deductible. You can call it vandalism.
Police reports are not necessary, insurance companies can recreate the occurrence from the damage on the vehicle and determine who is at fault.
If both drivers have no insurance and do not file a police report, each driver is responsible for repairing the damage to his/her own vehicle.
Yes, you do not need a police report to file a insurance claim.
Depends Every state has their own rules.. Whic State/county the accident happened? How minor is the damage? illinois and 800.00 damage
I ythinnk it depends which state you reside in. In most states, unless someone is injured or their is property damage you do not need to have a police report. Actually, many police will not write a report at all unless there is actual damage. If there was no report and no injury the DMV will not know in MHO>
In all states an accident in which damage occurred (and even those in which there is no noticeable damage) are supposed to be reported to the police immediately and at the scene of the accident. If there is no police report it becomes next to impossible to collect compensation from the insurance company.
It depends on how smoothly you want the insurance claim to go. Generally, insurance companies resist paying if there is no report to the police.
Most states have limits on damage. If the total damage exceeds the limit you should report it to police. If there was no damage to the telephone pole, you probably won't have any problems, but you can't always be sure.
Most insurance companies want a police crime report number before a settlement is reached.
The car drectly behind you who hit you. The police report will assign fault. If you are not at fault, the person who is will be responsible for the damage. Get a copy of the police report from the investigating agency and give it to your insurance agent. Thay should take it from there.
Call the police and get a police report. Call your insurance company and report it to them asap.
No you don't have to call the at fault insurance company. You have to get the information from other driver, give this information to your insurance company/agent. You have to get the collision report from reporting center. If the damage is more than $1000 and somebody is injured too, you may call police and send the police report copy to your insurance co.
phone the police...
Typically the driver that hit the parked car. But if there is no record and was a hit and run, you file a police report and your insurance should coverthe damage, less deductable.
An insurance company can assign fault regardless if a police report is filed or not. A police report is simply a report made by a neutral party at an accident scene. I believe there have been cases where insurance companies have assigned fault to one party when the opposing party was initially named at fault in a report.
It really just depends on the type of accident and severity of damage or when injury has occurred. Most accidents do not require a police report.AnswerIt is usually required. If it is a small ding type, less than $100 damage, there is usually no need. But insurance companies require a police report. And if you want to insure that there is no problem with a later lawsuit, it is a good idea to get the accident documented.
If you we in the vehicle, you can get a copy of the Police Report from the Police records department.
"No fault" in MN means that your own insurance company will pay for your medical expenses and/or wage loss if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident. Even without a police report you can contact the other driver's insurance company and make a claim for your property damage, if you have any. If the person is uninsured you then contact your insurance company to settle the property damage.
Yes, you will need to report your accident to the police. You should report all accidents to the police, so that you can file a claim with your insurance.
No. But they won't pay for it of course. =)
Yes. One point will be added to your official driving record.
you will most likely get charged with filing a false police report. If you reported it to your insurance you can add insurance fraud, which is a felony
Your answer depends on who owns the driveway, and who damaged the drain. Best practices dictate that you file a police report and contact your insurance carrier, who can sort out who pays for the repair of the damage.
It depends on the situation. If for example the contractor is a roofer and they damaged your roof trying to make it look like hail damage to get it bought by the insurance company, you can file a police report on them for vandalism and then file a vandalism claim with your insurance company.