Call your agent or your insurance company.
Generally, your automobile insurance should cover your moving cargo van rental. However, you can also confirm with your insurance company as well as consider purchasing insurance coverage offered by the van rental company.
No,, not just to sell it. That would be the responsibility of the buyer and their mortgage company as to what coverages they want to purchase.The current owners policy would not transfer to a new owner. The buyer would have to qualify on their own for whatever insurance coverage they want.
Yes it usually does. However, you should call your insurance company to confirm since different type of plan and company can have different policies regarding accidents.
First, call your insurance company to confirm what their protocol is. You will either need to get a few estimates from auto body repair shops, an insurance adjuster will estimate your damages or both. Once you have the proper estimates, you can submit the bill to your insurance company.
If you know the company, contact them to confirm that the policy exists. This kind of information is available to you. If you don't know the company, there really is no way of knowing.
Licensing: check with the entity who issues licenses (probably your state) Insurance & bonding: Ask for a certificate, and call the companies listed and the agent to confirm.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners(NAIC) recommends:If you are unsure about the insurance company or agent you are dealing with, STOP before signing any paperwork or writing a check; CALL your state insurance department - easily reached by phone; and CONFIRM the company or agent offering insurance is legitimate and licensed in the state. For more information about auto, home, life and health insurance options, as well as tips for choosing the coverage that is right for you and your family, visit www.insureUonline.org. Refer to link below for information
It depends on the exact insurance you have. To be sure just ring up your insurer give them your policy number , tell them what you want to do and ask them to confirm you are covered for it. Full coverage usually just means having liability, comprehensive, and collision coverages. Rental is something you pay extra to have.
Dentures are covered under most 'standard' dental insurance plans, but will have a replacement limit. If you have current dental insurance, call your insurance company (the number is usually printed on the back of your card). Ask the customer service representative if you have "major" coverage or "prostetics" coverage. If they confirm that you do, you also want to ask the percentage of coverage and the replacement limits. Most standard plan will pay for 50% of the allowance up to your program dollar maximum once per 5 or more years. The "allowance" is the amount allowed by your dental plan. Example, your dentist charges $1000 for a full set of dentures, but your insurance company may only allow $600. If you have 50% coverage and see a participating dentist your plan would pay $300 and you would pay $300. The participating dentist would adjust off the remaining amount up to their charge. If you do not have major coverage or do not have dental insurance, your best option is to call a local, reputable insurance agent. Similar to buying auto or home owners insurance. Most agents sell insurance products for major insurance companies. You can pick up a dental insurance plan for a nominal fee (United Concordia Companies, Inc. based out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is currently one of the best). Medical insurance will not cover dentures under almost all circumstances. Auto insurance will not cover dentures under most circumstances. If you are in an accident and severly injure your face or mouth area, it is possible to get the auto insurance to pick up the cost. But don't count on it.
You must either get someone with a car transporter to deliver it or mor usually arrange insurance cover for it on the day/time you purcahse it. You should be able to arrange this in principle with an insurance company and confirm the insurance/purchase by phone when you have struck the deal.
If you filed a claim against the other automobile then their insurance company will call you to verify information. It is standard procedure. Most likely they are calling to confirm information and to get your perspective of what happened. Not taking the calls from the other insurance company could delay any claims filed.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners(NAIC) recommends:If you are unsure about the insurance company or agent you are dealing with, STOP before signing any paperwork or writing a check; CALL your state insurance department - easily reached by phone; and CONFIRM the company or agent offering insurance is legitimate and licensed in the state.As a general rule - you need to be certain that any insurance company do business with must be a reputable company.Ask parents and family members, check the company's website for more information, check out on line- the rating & reviews which would indicate financial strength and stability of the company or ask an independent insurance agent who represents a number of different insurers.
Yes, Coverage is available under a builders risk policy. If your home is just going through remodel, it may be possible for homeowners insurance to continue during construction, if not you will have to purchase builders risk as mentioned above. Have your homeowners insurance agent confirm with the carrier, the same agent can probably do the builders risk policy for you.
Drivers with currently registered vehicles in the state of Pennsylvania must carry liability insurance according to Pennsylvania car insurance laws. Car insurance protects other motorists driving on Pennsylvania roads by covering property damage or injuries that you have caused. Pennsylvania car insurance laws state that drivers can be penalized if they fail to maintain adequate liability insurance.Mandatory Coverage Required in PennsylvaniaAutomotive insurance is mandatory for drivers in Pennsylvania. The minimum amount of coverage required by state law is $15,000 per individual, $30,000 per incident involving more than one person and $5,000 for property damage. Drivers desiring to protect their personal assets may purchase additional coverage. If you are involved in an accident that is considered your fault and the value of the other driver's claims exceed your policy coverage, the driver has the right to take action against you concerning the amount that was not covered by your insurance policy.Penalties for Not Maintaining Vehicle Insurance in PennsylvaniaDrivers who fail to comply with Pennsylvania car insurance laws may face severe penalties. A driver whose insurance coverage has expired for longer than one month will receive a vehicle registration suspension for 90 days. A driver whose insurance coverage has been expired for less than one month must confirm with PennDOT that the car was not driven while the insurance was expired. Individuals driving vehicles without the proper insurance coverage in Pennsylvania will also have their driver's license suspended for 90 days. PennDOT requires that drivers turn in their vehicle registration plate, card, sticker and driver's license while serving the suspension. Drivers can reinstate their vehicle registration and driver's license by paying a $50 reinstatement fee and submitting proof of insurance.Insurance Company RequirementsPennsylvania car insurance laws allow insurance companies to use consumers' personal credit histories to determine insurance coverage and rates. Insurance companies are required to notify PennDOT when a Pennsylvania driver's insurance policy is cancelled. State law does not require insurance companies to notify PennDot of insurance policy reinstatement. That is the responsibility of the driver.
As long as the GPS vehicle locator receives signal in Antarctica then it should function properly. You should check with the company that supplies the GPS signal and confirm they have coverage in Antarctica.
The best way to confirm is to contact your insurace provider directly to confirm effective policy dates.
Insurance coverage for unoccupied buildings is most often a separate policy. It is best to contact your insurer to confirm that you require a unoccupied building policy. Often these policies can be arranged for short(er) terms (for example: 3 month policy for a vacant home that is currently for sale).
It means that an individual or company that has sent you something want you to confirm that you have received the goods.
Frequently, licensed veterinarians are able to recommend dependable veterinary care insurers. Their information can be valuable because they have experience with claims processing issues. Be aware, though, that most pet insurance has limited benefits and will not insure pets beyond a specified age. Also be certain that the entity that is financially responsible for the payment of claims is licensed to issue insurance. Inquire of the company as to the identity of that entity, and contact the state insurance regulator to confirm licensure.
Unless you made some agreement with the clinic about charges being limited, you'll be responsible for the charges. It is the responsibility of the insured, not the provider, to confirm coverage with the insurance provider. Response: I understand that. They had me sign a form stating they were in network and showing my benefits with a reference # from my insurance company. I asked the question. They gave me incorrect information. I really have no recourse?
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It is always a good idea to check with your individual homeowner's policy to confirm coverage, however most policies will exclude golf carts for coverage unless they are used in the upkeep of the property on their use includes conveyance for a handicapped individual. If the cart is used away from the property you will not be covered for any liability exposure. The same usually holds true for ATV's. Again, check with your agent for confirmation of coverage.
The vehicle is likely covered for the same risks while in the body shop as when it is under your dominion and control. However, in addition, the body shop likely has garagekeepers coverage which would also apply. It is different from your own auto coverage and essentially covers negligence by the repair shop while it has custody of your car. You are well advised to confirm the existence of that coverage prior to entrusting your car to the repair facility.
It completely depends upon the type of insurance coverage you have. Some HMOs will let you meet with anyone in their network without a referral, but some don't. If you have PPO coverage you'll probably need a referral from your primary care physician. Whatever you do, double check with member services to confirm their policy to ensure you're covered before you book the appointment.