It depends on the insurance coverage, and what caused the wreck. But allowing the coverage covers the incedent the insurance company will pay the VALUE DETERMINED BY THE INSURANCE COMPANY. Not what you think it was worth. I have about $40,000 in a car the insurance comapny will pay $3,000 for if it gets wrecked.
The insurance wreck does not go up because of your accident to get repairs on your vehicle. Your insurance increasing only when you are at fault. If you weren't at fault then you pay the deductible and your insurance company would fight for you to get it repaired.
We typically contact our insurance company and report the accident and the circumstances. That way the insurance company can pay the bills for you.Answerthe insurance company raises your rates and pay a deductable
You would call the insurance company of the person's car that you are driving. The insurance follows the car and not the insured.
If the damage to a vehicle will cost more to repair than the value of the vehicle before the accident, an insurance company will "total" the vehicle. That means they will pay you what the car was worth before the wreck. At that point the insurance company owns the wreck, not you. You have nothing left to insure, therefore.
It depends on the type of insurance coverage. If it was Liability insurance only, and she caused the wreck, then it is not covered. If it was Collision coverage, and she caused the wreck, then it would be covered. If she didn't cause the wreck, I'd check with the insurance company of the person who did cause it.
Every state is different. Where I live, if you are the responsible party in the wreck then your insurance has to repair the vehicle that you hit. You will be responsible for paying your deductible to have your vehicle fixed. Also the driver without insurance will be ticketed by the authorities if they are present.
Drivers are required to have insurance. If you wreck your vehicle, the insurance company will pay for it. If you are driving without insurance in a vehicle that is not paid for, you still are obligated to repay the money you borrowed to buy the car. It is not the bank's fault that you wrecked the vehicle.
Depends, you have to ask your insurance company
It depends on your insurance company and local state laws, but normally, you just your insurance agent or the company. They may require you to call the police first, especially if it was a wreck.
If the title, registration, and insurance are still all in your name, you (or your insurance company) would be responsible.
If you wreck your vehicle, the insurance company pays you off and you give them the title for the vehicle. The insurance company then turns around and sends the vehicle to an auction (usually for dealers and wholesalers only) and sell it. Most of the time a salvage company will buy the car for parts and the insurance company can recoup some of their money.
If you wreck your car, then it is usually the insurance that pays for you ;)
It depends on the cause of the wreck.
Absolutely, yes they will, and they should.
You probably would.
There are many insurance companies which provide coverage on wrecked vehicles. Typically, these vehicles will need to be fully insurance. Liability insurance does not cover a wreck. Geico, Progressive, Allstate, and State Farm all have policies which cover a vehicle in case of a wreck.
If the DUI was the cause of the wreck, probably not. You will need to check your policy to see what it says, since there are many options for insurance.
It is very doubtful that the insurance company will even notice the inspection sticker being out. It should have no impact on your claim. The only issue is if the wreck was caused by lack of maintenance and if the inspection would have caught this issue. This may prove you knew about the issue and did not correct it. A normal wreck shouldn't be impacted by the sticker issue.
The insurance company hires a lawyer to represent the insured person or corporation. So, assume that Dan gets in a car wreck and rear-ends Paul. Paul sues Dan. Dan's insurance company hires Lewis the lawyer to represent Dan the defendant.
Under most policies, the car owner's insurance will cover you and the damage done to the vechicle. If the fault was yours, their insurance company may request that your insurance pays for some of the damage, or that you pay for the person's deductible.
Usually whom ever is at fault for the accident their insurance has to pay. If you are at fault your insurance has to pay and the pizza business would pick up the rest.
It can be said that insurance companies pay for cars after a wreck as long as you are fully insured. But when a person does get money from the insurance company it doesn't mean that they are buying it from you. The car will have to be taken to a car junk yard and you can sell it to them.
If they are not pressing charges, then they are giving you permission to drive their vehicle. If you give someone who doesn't have a drivers license permission to drive your vehicle, you are voiding your insurance coverage. The Insurance company will not pay.