ask your police department, they are the ones who issued the code
I hope you called the police. Police will come since that occurred on a public street. Was a ticket issued to one party? Without a ticket issued, the insurance company will most likely make it 50-50 responsibility. The car which stopped doesn't have the right to stop there, but you also, should have noticed and not opened the car door so far. It sounds less like the parked car's fault, but insurance companies rule unless you go to court with a lawsuit.
Not if it happened on private property and generally speaking if you weren't issued a ticket at the scene of the accident you most likely won't get one later. The insurance company can't issue a citation. Only the police can do that.
It depends on your insurance company police terms and conditions.
It depends on the state and the insurance company.
Tell the police, tell the insurance company
Most insurance companies want a police crime report number before a settlement is reached.
Contact the police and the insurance company.
Call the police and get a police report. Call your insurance company and report it to them asap.
license and registration/insurance car ownership papers
registration and insurance
You should report the theft immediately to the police and to the car owner's insurance company.
If this happened to me, I would find out what my insurance company can do and from there contact the police or file a civil or small claims suit. None, if the accident wasn't reported to the police.
Report the accident to the police. Request that the police provide hit and run driver info to your insurance company. This is the only legal way to do what you are asking where I live.
Medics , police, insurance company, family are to be called.
Your insurance company first, then, the police for a report.
No, the police never notify insurance companies of accidents or tickets. It is the responsibility of the insured party to notify their insurance company.
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.
The insurance company is not required to report a hit and run to the police but in most all personal auto policies, the insured is required to report a hit and run to the police before the insurance company will treat the claim as an uninsured motorist claim. This is usually a policy requirement.
You can't insure a driver's license. The ticket would have been issued to whoever was driving at the time the police issued it. If you had no proof of insurance with you - and that is required in most states - then you can be ticket for not having it with you.
The insurance policy is the product you have purchased, it has lots of definitions, clauses and limitations. The insurance certificate is issued to you so that you can prove to a third party (eg the police if it is for auto insurance) that you have a valid insurance policy.
Call the police and/or the company that owns the vehicle
Don't understand the part of the question about the "police repo," however, contact the at-fault party's insurance company ASAP - and if you have insurance coverage, contact YOUR insurance company as well. Both companies will want to begin investigations, take pictures of the vehicles, get copies of police reports and medical reports (if any injury), etc, etc.
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
Keep the person there and call the police or the insurance company so they can walk you through it.