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.
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.
If you are living in their house, you should live by their rules.
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It depends on whether she is driving a car registered to you, or to her. If she's driving a car registered to you or to the both of you, then you are responsible for the insurance as well. If she's driving a car that is registered to her without your name on the registration, then legally you are not required to carry insurance on her, as she is already over the age of 18. In this case, it does not matter whether she is a full time student or not, she is responsible for her own insurance.
well, if she's under eighteen and living with you..just tell him to get out. that approach would work nicely. if she's over eighteen and still living with you..you have a right as to who you want in your house and who you don't. tell him that you don't want him there anymore.
If you are adults you and the girlfriend are both responsible for that bill, not just you. If she is a minor living with her parents she will be on their insurance and they still have to care for her pregnancy or not.
Why are you asking me? I think they're asking anyone
You have the same rights as any other adult but if your living with them then you have to suffer their consiquences.
One may get insurance for the contents of their house while living in the UK through Barclays. They provide home insurance as well as content insurance and offer free quotes online.
Yes. In fact, one can move out at eighteen if you're living in the United States.
The age of majority to sign legal documents is eighteen.
Some medical insurance plans will cover an adult child up to about age 24 under certain circumstances. Some plans will cover them if they are in college, living at home or are permanent dependents of the parents.
It depends on the specific health insurance plan your mother has. If she has what is known as "Long-Term Care Insurance" then yes, the costs of assisted living will be covered by the insurance. You should contact her insurance provider for more details about her specific situation.
If you live in a state where an 18 year old is a legal adult then that adult is legally responsible for himself or herself. He or she is responsible for his own debts and liabilities. You are not liable for co-pays on his medical bills. If you are covering your adult child on your health insurance you are responsible to pay the premiums. If you choose not to cover your adult child on your health insurance plan you are not required to keep him or her covered under your plan. He or she is responsible to obtain their own health insurance plan if you choose not to put him on your plan. Most insurance plans will not place an adult child on your insurance plan if he or she is not attending school....and there can be restrictions on the amount of classes a student is taking to qualify to stay on your health insurance plan. Any adult child living in your home you are not legally responsible to provide health insurance, pay his or her bills or medical bills. You are even legally allowed to charge that adult child for expenses incurred by him or her.
Yes, photographer insurance is available. This involves the insurance of photographic equipment, essential for a photographer's living. Photographer insurance can be applied for at all major insurance brokers
Yes, as a married couple, you are responsible for all expenses incurred by both of you. If the shoe was on the other foot, she would be responsible for your bills. If the billing somehow is in error, call the doctor's billing office and see if they can help regarding the collection agency. Otherwise, hold tight on the collection people: wife can tell them you are working with the original creditor. Ask the Dr. for a copy of the bill and help in solving the issues of non-payment. Then, determine if they sent the claim to the right primary insurance first. You might have to have them bill the remainder to the secondary insurance. Find out from them what the coverage is. It is just a pain in the neck to follow through on all of this stuff; eventually it will get paid. If not, you can also get with the board of insurance. BTW, get the name of each person you call and keep a log.