Only if the person that took the car had never before been allowed to use the car. If the person who took that car with out authorization to use the car was a resident of the household and the keys to the car were available then any damage to the car from that usage would probably have to be claimed under the collision coverage.
not "unlawful" but they have no right under the terms and conditions of the contract (policy).
Without their knowledge and permission, yes, it is unlawful.
Yes, even with your neighbor's permission it is unlawful.
No, there are not. It is unlawful to have a gender specific insurance company. However, the insurance rates at most companies are much lower for females than they are for males.
It depends on whether you have permission from the overpass owner. If you do, it is permitted. If you do not, it is vandalism.
Simple. If the conduct is contrary to, or in violation of, the laws promulgated by the legislature then those actions are unlawful.
No, as long as you dont drive it and can prove it.
The act must be unlawful, or against the law.
In Pennsylvania it is unlawful to tattoo or pierce anyone under the age of 18 without the permission of a parent or legal guardian.
No it is unlawful to raise a premium due to claim.
No. Altering documents in such a manner is unlawful.
In most(all?) jursidictions even those types of "friendly" wagering ARE considered unlawful.
An insurance adjuster is an expert who works for consumers to settle their insurance claims. They take care of all the time consuming and intricate documentation and get a fair deal for clients from the insurance company. Appointed by insurance companies, the adjuster also prevents deceitful and unlawful claims. This is how you can become a licensed insurance adjuster.
The unlawful taking of another's property using of violence or intimidation to do so.
Of course. If it was taken without the owners permission how are they supposed to know who took it or if it was going to be returned to them?
It is unlawful to receive double indemnity. AKA "Felony Insurance Fraud". Penalty in most U.S. states is 20 years in prison for each offense.
Each could be ticketed. The driver for no insurance, and the owner for allowing unlawful operation. In the UK both are equally responsible for 'using a motor vehicle on a road without insurance' and both will be prosecuted.
Yes, that is an illegal order, especially considering that a medical profile is assigned by a doctor, who will always be an officer, and likely outranks the person giving the unlawful order.
Yes. It is unlawful.
Basically never. Even ignorance that anaction you take not knowing its unlawful is not considered reason not to prosecute
Speeding is always unlawful. Endangering kids is also unlawful. WAKE UP
Unlawful conduct is when someone does something that is not legal. Anything that goes against the laws and regulations is unlawful and conduct is behavior.
Yes, because invading a sovereign country that does not pose any real threat and kidnapping its leader is generally considered illegal.