You will only get the book value of the car at the time of the accident. It may not be enough to replace it, but that is how insurance works. If you have GAP insurance through your bank with your loan, then that insurance will cover the difference in replacing that particular make/model of car. This does not pay enough to replace the car. It will pay the remainder of your loan after the insurance settlement. You may still owe the bank your deductible amount.
If the accident was your fault you're out of luck. If you were hit by someone, their insurance will total your car and pay you for its actual cash value.
No. A "totalled" car is one whose value is less than the total cost of the repair.
the insurance company- if the vehicle is damaged more then it is worth- it is considered a "total lose" you will get what the car is worth at the time of the accident-not the total value of the car-other pendings vary like full compensation insurance
Total knee replacement is a type of total joint arthroplasty. Total joint arthroplasty could refer to any joint replacement.
Fault in the accident is not a consideration. Normally the insurance company or the at fault driver is responsible only for repairing your vehicle and providing you with a rental car. While this may not be entirely fair, it is the system and you agreed to it when you chose to drive. Some states do have a provision that a vehicle must be totaled if the damage exceeds a certain percentage of the total value of the auto. YOur best resource is your insurance agent. lwpat
No. THR in that context would stand for total hip replacement. TKR would be the acronym for total knee replacement.
states vary, kansas for instance, in a total loss incident, will pay the owner direct the sales tax....missouri issues a ''sales tax affidavit'' that is good for six months....and the amount is NOT for the ''replacement car'' but the acv (actual cash value) of the totaled vehicle.....
The total expenses of the Vietnam War totaled about $686 billion dollars. Source: USA Today
A Total Accident - 1903 was released on: USA: August 1903
i am having pain in my hip joint i am 43 yrs old i had a car accident the doctor has advised total right side hip joint replacement
Total joint replacement is usually reserved for people over the age of 60
A revision knee replacement is done when a knee replacement has failed (eg has loosened). If it was originally a partial knee replacement that was done, it will be replaced with a total knee replacement, if it was originally a total knee replacement, a new total knee replacement will be done. Approx 1.4% of patients require a repeat Total Knee Replacement, known as a Revision Knee Replacement
What is the average settlement for a workers comp total knee replacement
after total knee replacement therapy should be continue three months
If the repairs of the vehicle exceed the value of the vehicle, then the vehicle is declared total loss.
The cast of A Total Accident - 1903 includes: William Gorham as himself
Class A accident. An Army accident in which the resulting total cost of property damage is $1,000,000 or more; an Army aircraft or missile is destroyed, missing, or abandoned; or an injury and/or occupational illness results in a fatality or permanent total disability. Note that unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) accidents are classified based on the cost to repair or replace the UAS. A destroyed, missing, or abandoned UAS will not constitute a Class A accident unless replacement or repair cost exceeds $1,000,000 or more. Source: safety.army.mil
The average cost of shoulder replacement surgery is $10,000.
The cost of a total knee replacement in British Columbia will vary depending n a couple of factors like age, and where you get the surgery done. The total knee replacement surgery costs about $18,000.
81.51 Total hip replacement Replacement of both femoral head and acetabulum by prosthesis Total reconstruction of hip
i have knocking in the knee after total knee replacement is this normal
Yes, in most circumstances you can claim loss of use against a third party. There are a few exceptions, Michigan, for example is no-fault for property damage and you would therefore have to have rental coverage on the policy covering the travel trailer. I would think you would be owed the cost of renting a replacement trailer for the duration of repairs (reasonable repairs) or until you received a reasonable total loss offer.