What happens if insurance replaces stolen items then the police recover and return the stolen items to you?
I recommend you contact your insurance company, and inform them of the recovered goods
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Answer . \nAbsolutely not. Any personal items in your car would have to be covered by a homeowner or renter's insurance policy. All deductibles would apply separately.
Does homeowners insurance cover anything stolen on your property even if you are not the owner of the stolen items and they are not related to you?
Yes, If your plan embodies that kind of coverage. If personal property is located on the premises, then the insurance should cover it, regardless of who it belongs to (within reason). However, it is difficult to prove exactly what a homeowner had or did not have on their property at any given time. …With that being said, insuarnce companies seem to be very cautious when accepting liability. It is often not worth claiming such a loss, unleess it is very significant, and is typical for a home to have (like a jewelry box). Often, homeowners will not report losses unless they are very significant, due to the deductable they may have to pay and/or the risk of their insurance premium increasing from their claim. **I am not an expert by any means, so calling the insurance company that holds the policy will provide you with an accurate explanation. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nThis situation is covered by a homeowner's insurance policy (HO3), Renters insurance (HO4) or unit owner's (HO6) policy. Call your insurance agent for more information on costs and coverages.
Answer . \nIf impound was caused by your vehicle parked illegally, then the impound lot or the towing company could be held responsible. \n. \nIf it was impounded because it was retrieved as a stolen vehicle, then no one can be held responsible. \n. \nHowever, in both cases, the personal bel…ongings in the vehicle can be covered by either your own auto insurance under the Comprehensive portion of your policy or by your own homeowners/renters insurance under the Personal Property portion of your policy. They are subject to your deductible/s. ( Full Answer )
Does auto policy cover stolen items . Many auto insurance policies will cover stolen items from your vehicle but only a very limited amount. For instance, if you have your vehicle broken into and your AM/FM/CD unit is stolen along with your case of 24 CDs, your policy will most likely cover the… AM/FM/CD unit and only 1 or 2 of the CDs. Each policy is different. It is best to call the agent who sold you the policy. ( Full Answer )
Answer . If they are still in the car, the person that stole the car is responsible, unless he can convince the police that someone else is responsible.
Answer . Possibly. The policy covers your brother and all other "insureds" in his household. The answer to this question lies in determining whether or not you are an insured on his policy. The definition of an insured is under Section I, Definitions. If you live with your brother, or if yo…u are a minor (or college student) that he is responsible for, the answer is most likely yes. Another situation in which your property could be covered under his policy is if you were visiting him, and during the visit his home was broken into. In that situation, your brother could choose to have your belongings replaced while he is having his replaced. The first thing to do is to determine whether or not you are an insured. Next, the two of you should discuss if the value of the stolen property will be worth filing the claim. For example, if you had $750 of property stolen and your brother's policy has a $500 deductible, he may not want a $250 theft claim on his claims history report. ( Full Answer )
Answer . First, why is the apartment unlocked? An unlocked apartment can look suspicious to an insurance company. Whether or not the apartment was unlocked, insurance companies are primarily interested in the police report. The police report will determine if there is any indication of fraud. …Second, your items may be covered at up to 10% of the personal property coverage on your home insurance policy. Example: if your home insurance covers personal property contents at $100,000, then you would have up to $10,000 for personal property at another residence. However, b/c this is a secondary residence your items may not be covered b/c you are expected to have a separate secondary insurance policy. ( Full Answer )
Is it legal to possess a firearm with no serial number if it was stolen the serial number ground off and then recovered and returned by the police?
The correct answer varies from state to state, but assuming the law in your location is the same as the law in mine: If it's a bolt or lever action rifle, shotgun or a long barreled handgun, yes. Assault rifle, short barreled rifle, submachine gun, or most any other conventional firearm not men…tioned is illegal to own without registration by serial number in most states and countries. Of course, this can be overwritten with certain licenses, but most of these require the gun to be of a certain age (before they started putting serial numbers on the gun, such as an early Thompson submachine gun) and in many cases must be disabled (usually either the firing pin removed or receiver welded shut.) ( Full Answer )
Answer . The theft should be reported as soon as the theft is discovered. Otherwise late reports may be questioned by insurance companies or by the police in any future actions or claims relating to the theft.
I think that your insurance covers the items that were yours that were stolen, and the company's covers the car damage.
This all depends on the condition of the vehicle at the time of recovery..however..I am assuming this case as being in the UK.If the vehicle is not in a driveable state,or is severely damaged..then yes you will have to inform your insurer who will take responsibility of the vehicle,assess any damage…s,and depending on the type of insurance policy you have- [i.e-FULLY COMPREHENSIVE-THIRD PARTY-FIRE AND THEFT OR THIRD PARTY ONLY-] accordingly also look at the Police crime report. On another note..You may find that if you had THIRD PARTY ONLY COVER- you could end up with the damaged/recovered car,and not be paid any damages by your insurance company. My advise to you is to speak to your Insurer for further clarification! ( Full Answer )
That depends on the policy that you have with your insurance company. When I had my truck broken into, my policy covered the iPod and stereo that were stolen, plus my rental while my truck was in the shop.
There are 4 category's of domestic vehicle write off, here in the UK. Category D covers vehicles recovered after the claim was settled. It also covers cars with minor damage that were still not worth fixing. You can expect a third off the value due to the uncertainly this brings. When you come to i…nsure the car they rarely ask for a vehicle report though, unlike with higher category's. ( Full Answer )
How the heck are we supost to know????. Look online you lazy piece of poo =P
There are a few statistics that show "Money" is the worlds most stolen item, more than likely because it is the one thing that every country has in common.
If not recovered within first three weeks after loss, chances are it will never be recovered. Only about 30% of cars are recovered
It may provide coverage... this is a tricky question for a number of reasons. 1) What are the items stolen? 2) How long have you been insured by this company? 3) Was there evidence of forced entry to the locker? 4) Did you immediately file a police report? With answers to these questions I… can give you a pretty good idea. ( Full Answer )
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Does homeowners insurance cover renters belongings when their house was broken into and items were stolen?
If you are the owner of the house, and are renting to tenants (making you the landlord), then you only have insurance on the house (dwelling coverage - not homeowners coverage) and not the personal contents of the renters. In this case, no, your insurance will not cover their loss. It is the respons…ibility of the renters to purchase insurance coverage on their personal belongings. . If you are the renter (tenant), then you have to buy contents coverage on your personal belongings, such as furniture, clothing, etc. The landlord is not responsible for your belongings, whether the loss is from robbery, fire, etc. . In order to purchase homeowners insurance you have to own the home (but it can still be mortgaged) and you have to live in the home. Otherwise, you have to have a dwelling policy on the house if you want it insured, whether it's vacant or rented. If, however, there is still a mortgage on the house, the bank (or mortgage holder) will require you to have insurance on it. . If the house is paid for, then it is at your discretion whether to have it insured or not, for the value of the house. But if you rent it out, your state may require that you carry liability insurance on it. ( Full Answer )
No, only that you were the one that stole them, or that you once had them in your control.
keep the money and find another car, or give back the money and get your recovered car.
Usually the store item has hidden within it somewhere a small magnetic or sensitive piece of tape which activates a scanner, or detector, located near the doorway. Thus when you leave the store with a stolen item, or leave the library with a book you wish to steal, the hidden sensitive tape activate…s the alarm system. Of course, some 'no-steal' devices are not at all hidden but very plainly obvious. These deter the shoplifter immediately. All the devices are 'neutralized' at the check out counter and then the paid items no longer 'sound the alarm'. Shoplifting adds considerable to the cost of business and libraries suffer greatly from theft. ( Full Answer )
They would have to be stolen from your home. Then you get the money and buy it yourself.
Do you get reimbursed what you paid for an item or what it would cost to replace it if it is stolen?
Most policies nowadays are "New for Old" which means the insuance company will send you to a place (retailer) where you can choose the replacement item and they then pay for it.
Is it true when you invite someone in your home and later come back to rob you can you recover stolen items in small claims court?
No, you won't have to do that. It doesn't work that way. When the defendant is arrested and the goods he stole from you are seized and impounded to be produced for evidence at his trial - once the trial is over and the need for the evidence no longer exists, the police will return the stolen propert…y to you at no charge. ( Full Answer )
If you cannot convince them to return them your only recourse is to report the theft to law enforcement and have them prosecuted. The stolen items will be confiscated as evidence, and if the court case finds them guilty of theft, the property will be returned to you.
This is not a question. Please rewrite because no one can answer this as it is written. Contact the airline.
You had something stolen from a package and the package was taped back up How can you get your money for the items stolen?
If the package was sent US Mail and insured, you can file a claim for missing or damaged goods. Otherwise, you can only file a report of rifling and there is usually no way to confirm the loss or the value of the loss. Delivery of insured packages normally requires a signature to accept them. Other… carriers have varying degrees of responsibility as detailed by their individual customer agreements. Contact the customer service department for information. ( Full Answer )
Car stolen and No Insurance. Well that really depends on what you do. As you know Failure to maintain the necessary coverage is a breach of the contract that you signed with the finance company. You were responsible for the note and you are still liable for the unpaid balance. Usually the… finance company will give you the opportunity to pay off your debt if just you ask them. If you fail to pay off the debt then the insurer will have little option left but to sue you in court for the unpaid balance and breach of contract. They may be able to recoup their loss by way of a court judgment and any available property or salary liens. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you definitely could. And after you get arrested for receiving stolen property, you will have to produce evidence or a believable explanation why you didn't know it was stolen when you bought it. If someone offers you a deal that sounds too good to be true. . . BELIEVE IT. . . it usually IS. …-------------------------- Really? I think you got it backwards your accuser has to prove you DID know it was stolen. In America it is innocent until proven guilty. Or that is the way it is supposed to be at least. Offer to take a polygraph test and tell the authorities who sold it to you. Then after you are found innocent celebrate by you and a couple of your friends paying a visit to your accusers house and beat them over the head with a baseball bat For lying about you. Okay you may get in trouble for the baseball bat part but are there any lawyers out there that can tell me if I am right about the first part? ( Full Answer )
No. Warranty covers flaws in the products. Something getting stolen isn't a flaw in the product. Stolen items might be covered by your home insurance.
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I would say towels. If may be those little bars of soap, but I think they expect people to take them. I don't think they would count them as stolen.
Once the insurance company has paid the claim for stolen items they become the legal owners of the items.
Ask for it back. If you don't get satisfaction, call the police. Do not attempt to steal it back, as that is also a crime.
well now see if its something like a car you go to the police.However if its something you don'tthink they could help you with .well then hire you an undercover cop.that should do it.
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generally yes. you would be covered for off premise theft. the claim would be subject to your deductible and depreciation. the depreciation could be recovered if you have full replacement on your policy for contents, once the items are replaced.
It is a severe offence to steal an item of someone elses belonging and its also a severe offence to sell those items. Never break the law.
The finder is obligated under civil and criminal law to notify the Police and the Owner of the vehicles recovery and location so they can come pick it up. Since the the Insurance Company already paid for it. It belongs to the Insurance Company. If the Rental company wants it back, They will have to …try and buy it from the Insurance Company. All salvage rights would belong to the Insurance Company because they have already bought and paid for the car. It would now belong to the Insurance Company. If the Rental Car company tried to keep the vehicle without first negotiating a purchase or buy back from the Insurance company it would be considered Grand Theft. They would be subject to criminal and civil charges. ( Full Answer )
If you have off premise coverage on your policy and the stolenitems were scheduled on your homeowners insurance policy then Yes,you should be covered for those items. Contact your insurance agent for clarification of your insurancecoverage.
If you are stolen, there is a chance that you will never see your family again. You could experience some very bad things that are best not discussed here. Your life could be one of pain, suffering and fear. Though that might seem like it could never happen to you, it can! That is the reason it i…s important to practice safety online and in real life. ( Full Answer )
No. Auto insurance will only cover the vehicle and items that came installed standard on the vehicle. You can, however make a claim on your homeowners insurance for other items stolen from your vehicle. Homeowners insurance gives you coverage for items off premises up to 10% of your contents coverag…e on the policy. This is to cover situations like this, thefts or damage while on vacation, and even dependent children's items while in a dorm room. The biggest problem is that you will have a deductible for damage to the car and another deductible for the items stolen and covered on the homeowners policy. ( Full Answer )
No, Your home insurance policy is specific to the named insured(s) property and contents if covered.
The F.B.I. is in charge of all internet crime. Report it to them. Heres the link to the internet crime complaint office.
Yes, you'd have to contact Sony, by telling them the details with which the account was registered, you can prove you're the owner.
The finance company will want to be paid in full if they find out it's stolen. The responsibility to satisfy the loan falls on you seeing that you failed to maintain insurance.
The first thing that happens when a stolen car is recovered, the police inform the owner of the recovery, usually in writing. The owner then takes up the matter by informing his insurance company of the recovery and valuation is done. The car is then handed to the rightful owner.
The police are supposed to notify you and you should be able to pick it up from the police impound lot.