I had a minor At Fault accident with a company vehicle. I provided my current car ins co with a letter from my old car ins co stating that they did not pay a claim on this accident. My new ins company accepted it and ignored the accident. You can do as above although it is best to tell insurance about all incidnets just in case other wise any undisclosed information could invalidate claims
It is advisable to call your insurance company immediately in any accident. If you do not, they may think that you are trying to defraud them by hiding the accident.
Trying to get insurance to cover an accident that has already happened is Insurance Fraud, which is a Felony.
A truck wreck lawyer is involved in litigation that comes from a truck accident. This can involve helping with an insurance claim and trying to find who is at fault.
It really depends on how reasonable they are. If you are in an accident and the other party or parties refuse to give information regardless of who is at fault, then CALL THE POLICE because a police report is the best weapon against anyone involved in the crash trying to change their story later. If you're not at fault for an accident and you have no other information on anyone else, your insurance company may be suspicious about that and could quite possibly reject your claim or pay it but make it a chargeable account to YOUR POLICY.
An Insurance company cant commit suicide. So, I am not sure what you are trying to ask here. If you are asking about, what would happen if the insurance policy holder commits suicide? In that case too, nothing will happen. The insurance company will not pay any money to the deceased persons family. Insurance claims can be made only if death occurs by accident or natural causes. Not suicide.
First always get a police report, this is reporting. You should always tell your insurance company, in case the other party is trying to commit fraud. (Fraud makes everyones rates higher.) If you have reported the accident to your insurance company you have made already made a claim, if you decide not to have insurance company repair your vehicle, most of the time your rates should not change, this all depends on the insurance companies underwriting guidelines.
Yes, that is normal and you should comply. Insurance fraud is a huge problem in the industry and the other insurance company is only trying to confirm the nature of the accident. You never know when the other person may be trying to claim something for their benefit that didn't happen in the accident. Say for example the other person was really alone in the car but later told their insurance company that they had a passenger in the car with them that was injured in the accident. This invented passenger then makes a claim against the liability coverage of the driver and if and when it is settled the driver and their accomplace share in the bogus claim's settlement. Meanwhile your damage is taken careof as it should be but your statements could expose the attempted fraud trying to be committed by the other party. Believe me, all of us need to do our part in limiting fruad because the cost of fraud is included in our ever increasing insurance premiums.
AnswerImportant: Always default to your own insurance company for this answer.If the other insurance company is trying to contact you, call your claim representative and ask her what you should do. Usually, your insurance company can discuss liability with the other party's insurance company without you having to get involved. You don't want to prematurely call the other insurance company and say something on tape that may cost you a better legal standing.
it's Barclays (apparently) trying to sell Personal Accident Cover insurance.
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How do I find out who has my policy I had with Commercial State Life INsurance Company
When an injury from a motor vehicle accident is involved, most people have a hard time having their medical bills paid. The insurance company wants to make sure that they are the one who should eb responsible for paying. If the accident was caused by you, then your insurance company should pay for it, but sometimes they will deny your claim until they have every bit of information they require. If you were not the one who caused the accident, then the insurance company of the responsible party should be paying your medical bills. They too will try to get out of trying to pay until every bit of paperwork is completed. A lot of people recommend hiring a lawyer when this happens. The answer given to this questions is ridiculous and obviously from someone who has no idea what they are talking about. In an auto accident situation, the responsible party is generally not going to pay medical bills as they're incurred. They will settle, if responsible, when the injured party is ready. If your own car insu
I am trying to contact United Insurance Company of America concerning a whole life policy with an inception date of 1965 and that was inforce a month after the named insured passed.
I'm trying to hunt down some info on : Home Beneficial Ins that my father had 13 yrs ago here in Paris, Tn and his agent wouldn't let him cash it in and now he want to find out what happened to the Company.
Call the insurance company and ask for the name of a dentist in your area. Alternatively, check the website of the company for a current list of providers.
An insurance company can't force you to do anything. But, dependent on your policy, they could deny your claim or terminate benefits based on medical non-compliance.
Check your policy, and if they are trying to cheat you, then sue them till they have to pull out a loan just to go to the bathroom.
Trying to find the company that makes Bentyl or the generic Dicyclomine. Need help with the medication for my daughter who has no insurance...
If your insurance company is offering auto repair insurance, you have the option of taking your vehicle to your own mechanic. Taking your vehicle to a personal mechanic rather than one chosen by your insurance company eliminates the doubts.
I have received a letter in the post from a law student whom I wrote to regarding a car accident he was involved with.This person has accused me of trying to extort money from him and attempted fruad of his insurance company.He has asked me to withdraw the claim against me within seven says otherwise he has stated that he will send this information to his insurance company.Do I have a case for libel.
You can collect pain and suffering compensation regardless of which insurance carriers are involved, or if no insurance company is involved. The insurance carrier treats each policy individually and won't punish you because you carry the same policy as the other party involved. However, being awarded pain and suffering is much more difficult than many people realize. This is, by far, one of the most frequented areas of the law for people "trying to make a buck" and the courts are aware of this. You'd have to show sustained and verifiable evidence that you suffered trauma in excess of what normally be expected by an average rear-end accident. Also, to collect award, the pain and suffering must be a permanent physical or psychological impairment....
Just call the company and ask them.
Insurance in the state of NJ is some of the highest in the nation. I would suggest trying Geico for low rates.
If they left the scene of the accident, then you don't have their name either ... need to have a name before trying to find out insurance information. Chances are, the person who "hit and run" has no insurance and probably was driving without a license and/or expired car registration. This is why insureds carry uninsured motorist coverage.
Some insurance company. I forget what they are called.