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What are your rights when it comes to an auto insurance claim?

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2015-06-02 00:31:22
2015-06-02 00:31:22

Rights don't have a lot to do with it. An auto insurance policy is a legally binding contract. You have a right to obey the terms of the contract and so does the insurance company. If you have a covered claim, they will repair, replace, or pay the ACV of the vehicle at their choice. I could tell you more if you let me know what you want to know.

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