What? Why would it be? The comprehensive deductible is your retained limit of an occurance so unless you have a policy with a diminishing deductible or some other policy benefit that would waive a deductible it applies to each and every claim.
If the occurrence is not a traffic accident then it will most likely be a comprehensive claim and therefore if you have comprehensive coverage then you will pay your comprehensive deductible. The comp deductible is usually the lower of the two deductibles.
When you file a claim against your own company you must pay the deductible. Your company may pay you back the deductible only in cases where they go after someone else who was responsible for the damage and your company manages to collect for that damage. Some (not all) companies may also waive the deductible if the insured made no claim in the past 1 or 2 years, for example.
Yes. You would have to pay what your comprehensive deductible is.
The deductible at the time of the accident not the time of claim.
Usually there is a deductible on comprehensive coverage auto insurance. The deductible can range in different amounts usually from 0 to $1000 or even higher if it is a very expense vehicle.
Yes, Your comprehensive deductible on your auto insurance policy applies.
If you have comprehensive coverage on your auto policy it will cover storm damage to your vehicle, subject to your deductible of course.
A comprehensive insurance policy would probably cover damage as described. However, the deductible and potential premium increase for making a claim might make it more advantageous to not make a claim.
COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE Auto insurance for the purpose of covering the cost of repair or replacement of the insured's car in case of damage caused by something other than an accident. Comprehensive coverage often requires the payment of a deductible when a claim is made. Comprehensive may be required to qualify for a new car loan.
Yes. The insurance company will pay their portion of the claim which does not include the deductible because that is your portion .
The deductible applies to every individual claim.