The father is usually always the person responsible for the insurance.
Criminally, no. An adult, whether they're living with their parents or not, is fully responsible for them self. The eighteen-year-old, and he alone, can and will be held responsible for their own actions. In civil matters, it may depend on the circumstance. If the parent co-signed on any kind of loan or payment for the eighteen-year-old, and the eighteen-year-old does not keep up with the payments, the cosigner can be held responsible for those payments.
if she thinks shes responsible enough to move out and have no contact with you,let her worry about her own insurance.
It is normal to have responsibility for it. The insurance often also required the spouse to accept responsibility and the primary insurance holder is always required to do so.
If your daughter is over 18, she's considered an adult and financially responsible for herself, assuming she's not a full-time student, not living a home and she's not on your insurance policy. The hospital will attempt to collect the debt from her.
You have the same rights as any other adult but if your living with them then you have to suffer their consiquences.
If you are living in their house, you should live by their rules.
No. The only thing that might matter is they will have to list the household members as drivers on the policy because they will access to the vehicle.
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