I would say health insurance. And before if not, then maybe home owners or renters insurance. Car insurance would be the least likely.
Most policies say that the injury has to arise from the "use, maintenance or operation" of the vehicle. If the way you were injured falls under any of those, your auto medical or No Fault should apply. If you just happened to be injured while sitting in the car (one example,a person burned themselves with a cigarette), then health should apply
I work for a healthcare subrogation company so I deal with this all the time. Technically, under some auto policies, they can be responsible for injuries related to your vehicle even if it's not running and in your driveway (ex. loading/unloading, getting in/out, working on it, etc.). If that's not the case, the health insurance would be responsible.
this is a stupid question. Try running and youll see what happens. Hope you have medical insurance
Driveway gates can serve multiples purposes. First, it can prevent other drivers from using the driveway to turn around, thus preventing markings on the cement. Second, it can prevent children from running out into the street. And third, it can prevent potential car thieves from entering the driveway to steal a car.
In the UK there are several types of insurance that are mandatory when running a business
Insurance for the family if one of the adults running the household dies.
It should if your insurance company finds out about it before your renewal.
No, Your Homeowners Insurance covers your Home. Your car Insurance covers you vehicle.
It does not hurt because you are not running hard enough. You have to exert yourself.
You may or may not want to consider having insurance on a car that isn't running.
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You should never run barefoot! Not even if it's in your own driveway or anything. It's unhealthy and very unsafe. You might run over a nail, rock or glass and could get your foot infected or seriously injure yourself. www.runningnut.com/avoiding-barefoot-running-injuries/ has many helpful tips to avoid injuries while barefoot running, if you're that adamant in doing it.
Perhaps the cooling fan is running?
He's running for North Carolina Insurance Commissioner
No, car insurance is not required in the state of Georgia for a vehicle that is not drivable.
In most states, no. However, in any state that requires insurance, an officer can ask for proof of insurance, and if you don't provide it, you get a ticket.
50 years not
The person's collision insurance should cover the damage to their car, and their liability insurance should cover the damage to the fence and property. If they have no collision insurance, they will have to fix their car on their own.
It just depends on what kind of business you are running. Many businesses classes will have a state imposed insurance requirement but "most" will have no insurance requirement by law.
I think that rules about running is that: -you could fall and hurt yourself -run in to someone else -and alot more
no….but they can make you hurt yourself running from it!
Medical assistants perform a variety of tasks that are administrative and clinical. Medical assistants help keep offices running and provide much of the labor.
That would be under a collision insurance. The property damage portion would pay for the mailbox.
While it might not be illegal in some places to lock a running vehicle, you may find that having a car running with keys in the ignition and no driver to care for the vehicle would invalidate your insurance as the vehicle was NOT secured. By not having insurance, the law is broken anyway.