Your insurance policy is designed to protect you and your assets. If someone else is making a claim against you for damages, even an unsubstantiated claim, your insurance company has a duty to review the details of the claim and handle accordingly. It's what you pay them for. If you were not negligent, your insurance company should determine that and notify the party making a claim against you that you are not liable for their damages. As for your own vehicle, if you don't want to file for the damages under your collision or comprehensive coverages (whichever is appropriate for the situation), you don't have to. However, if your insurance company wants to complete an estimate of your damages and take photos, you are required to comply. Part of your policy contract with the insurance company includes a section called 'Conditions' and that section states that you agree to cooperate with the investigation of all claims.
The case for a HTC phone is suppose to keep the phone from being scratched. Scratches on a case is just from normal wear and tear. Clear nail polish or a \"buffing\" nail file should work in dulling a scratch.
Laminate flooring cannot be repaired once scratched. You should ensure that the floor is completely clean, but unless you remove the board, there is not much more you can do.
very carfully with a soft damp cloth. If the disk is badly scratched, you should take it to a place that has a CD buffer that can get rid of most scratches.
Scratched game discs are of little value unless the disc can be polished to remove defects. There main value should be as a lesson to take better care of them.
Sometimes if you put rubbing alcohol on it it should work I've heard. Yes, that might work, but only for small fragile scratches, but it usually doesn't work.
Cutlery should be cleaned and stored in a block to ensure your knives last as long as they should. This will keep the blades sharp, free from scratches and protected while keeping the handles from being damaged or scratched in any way.
After an accident, all parties involved with the accident should exchange insurance information. Typically, the insurance companies will talk to each other about repairs and cost.
It depends on how big and/or where it is. If it's a couple small scratches on the back or on the plastic casing it should be fine. If its a big scratch that can turn out to cause a crack then you should take it back to your store for an exchange or something.
The mature thing to do would be to pay for the repairs on their car. If you scratched it with your car, your insurance should pay for the damage, but your rates might go up if you've had another accident recently. If you don't have insurance, you'll have to see if they will let you pay as much as you can until you've paid the total repair bill.
The answer should be yes to both parts of the question. You should notify them.
Yes. It fills the scratches in the disc without ruining the rest of it.
You purchase insurance in order to transfer risk of liability from one party to another. In the case of buying medical insurance, you are purchasing the insurance in order to transfer the risk of you or a family member from getting ill and the financial cost involved with this risk. In exchange for a specified amount of premium the insurance company agrees to accept a certain amount of the risk of the financial loss involved in getting ill and the cost of treatment and medication involved.
Your insurance information and contact information would suffice.
They are good frisbees, or coasters....maybe a mirror, if it's not too badly scratched. You can try one of the CD/DVD repair kits. They work pretty well for surface scratches. I've heard of some companies accepting scratched discs and replacing them for a small fee. Much better than full replacement value, sometimes.
Yes, you can get an infection and a rash from being scratched by a cat. If you get scratched by a cat, you should wash the affected area with soap and water as soon as possible.
If one has been involved in a bad car crash then they should contact the police and ambulance service as required. One must then contact their insurance company to let them know that their vehicle has been involved in an accident. The insurance company may then liaise with the police and get everything sorted for one's vehicle to be fixed or replaced.
depends on your and his insurance, generally insurance follows the driver not the car. so your insurance shouldn't care, their insurance should pay for everything. If they don't have insurance, then your uninsured motorist might cover it. It depends entirely on your company, but if your company pays then your premiums will go up. The person they hit should have insurance that may cover it. I see no reason why your insurance should be involved.
This answer can be very involved. Most simply, you should attempt to get your insurance adjuster and the repairer to agree on the cost of repairs. Insurance companies issue 'supplement' payment on claims regularly.
they should, as long as you report it soon
It Depends on how bad your Cd is scratched if u have an Xbox 360 Cd and its a perfect Ring scratch your done if the scratches are light and Regular then use it a few times then you should be good for Ps3 Wii Cd DVD and etc........
Displex could be the answer to your scratches, Although the scratches cannot be too deep, but light ones should disappear. On Youtube you can find movies where they remove scratches with tooth paste or bananas, but that certainly doesn't work for me. :-) I hope this helped.
hi depends on how deep the scratches are put there is a stick called a chip stick which is like a wax crayon and when the scratches are full shine the area with t-cut and that should solve your problem but if the scratches a sallow you can buy some touch up paint
If you have been involved in a car accident, the first thing that you should do is contact 911 if there have been any injuries, so that you can get medical attention. After that, you should make sure to take notes of what happened and photos if possible. You should also get the contact information for anyone involved in the accident, and report the accident to your insurance company.
The title, registration and insurance should be transferred to the new owner. If not and you are involved in an accident you may encounter problems with the insurance coverage and in the worst case scenerio the insurance company may refuse to pay. That would leave you exposed to a lawsuit.
If your motorcycle was a scheduled vehicle on your Insurance Policy then you should be covered. If you were on someone Else's Motorcycle then their insurance policy should cover your medical. If neither coverage is available then you could look to your major medical policy or HMO for medical coverage.
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