Contact your states dept of insurance and they will be able to answer that question for you.
A motor accident claim will make one's insurance premiums go up. Most insurance companies will do this at the time of renewal though.
Of course not. The date and time that you took out the insurance policy is the earliest time that coverage starts. You cannot make a claim that occured before the coverage started. If you lie on the application or on the claim report whether verbal or written you have committed insurance fraud and are subject to prison and large fines.
Selling your car with insurance claim pending, will simply null and void your insurance claim. Because your damaged car can be subjected to inspection by the Assessor of the Insurance Co. for assessment of the insurance claim any time.
Each state has different time periods of filing an insurance claim after an accident. Check with you state to make sure you do not miss the filing period.
It all depends on the state the claim is filed. If a state does not have a set amount of time of the company to investigate and make a decision on a claim, they are required to do it in a "reasonable" amount of time, depending on what time of auto claim it is.
Unless there is a specified time frame in your families insurance policy there is no specific set time. That said, your families insurer could deny any claim you may have if you are not listed as a driver. Meaning you and your family would be paying out of pocket for any claim/damages you cause.
I have progressive insurance and my agent told me that there was no set time to file the claim.
If the time frame has not expired, yes.
The time limit to file for an insurance claim in Illinois depends on the type of claim it is, such as house or car. Typically you have one year form the date of the incident to file. Your insurance company may set different limits.
Yes, but it varies by the state and insurance companies can extend the amount of time to pay claim, such as if they need to investigate fraud.
In order to make an accident insurance claim, one must provide the details of the accident and, if relevant, who was involved. The date and time of the accident and the extent of the damage are also necessary.
Where's The Money?As far as mailing goes, depends on how far you live from your insurer. As far as an approximate time frame, most of the time (provided you cooperate with the insurance company and fulfill any and all obligations and the accident has been investigated, verified, and validated) it takes about 30 days to get a check from the time you file the claim. One tip: be sure to get on to on the insurance company, be polite though, but make sure they are doing what they can to resolve the claim quickly and effectively.
Most of the time it is alright, in fact your claim could be reported to a national database for other insurance companies.
This depends upon the financial firm from where you have taken your insurance. Most of the time you get claim within 15 - 20 Days
The deductible applies to every individual claim.
Yes. You can change at any time. The insurance company cannot deny the claim because you changed companies.
State your case in a clear concise way. First, tell what the problem is and why you are appealing .
It will vary based upon the company and any complexities encountered in processing, such as claims by multiple claimants. However, because annuities are essentially insurance products, State insurance regulators regulate them. State statutes generally provide a time frame for payment. If the time frame cannot be met, the same statutes normally also have provisions for notifying the parties involved as to what further material is needed or other procedures to be followed.
You bet. See, it works like this ... you pay for a service (insurance coverage) ... as long as you keep paying on time, you have coverage. One thing you don't want to ever do is make a late payment while a claim is being handled ... the insurance company thinks you are no longer interested in having them provide insurance coverage, and cancels your policy. Some insurance companies automatically cancel anybody for filing an accident claim.
You can sue anybody you want. First, you need to make a claim. If they deny it, then that is the time to sue. But based on your question, the claim will be denied as there is no coverage for your injuries under the policy.
The claim would still be processed - as you were still insured at the time of the incident !
It can vary anywhere from 1 to 18 months.