Please rephrase - the question is unclear.
The question is unclear. If what you are asking is whether you can insure a car that you do not own but which you will drive, the general answer is yes. You will need non-owners liability insurance.
The question is unclear and badly worded - but you MAY be asking about RENTERS INSURANCE. It resembles homeowners insurance EXCEPT that it only covers your personal effects and the contents of your rental unit and NOT the structure itself.
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It is unclear whether you are referring to an insurance company (the risk-bearing entity) or an insurance agency (the business that sells the insurance policies to consumers). In either event, licenses are required, but obtaining them involve far different processes.
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Question is incomplete/unclear? What was the insurance for? Injury/damage to others, or to the operator? Get disability from WHO??
unclear mean by you can't understand anything.
Yes, generally they do. Of course, there are many kinds of insurance policies. If you are unclear what your policy covers, check the certificate of coverage document or contact customer service on the back of your ID card, If your insurance is a PPO, POS or HMO ,it is extremely important to stay "in network."
Laws governing regulation of insurance are multiple,federal, state, and local. The precise compulation is unclear and the sole governing agency is even more ambigious. There's no better answer than that.
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I can't see through the unclear glass.
I think it means whatever that was being referenced to is unclear
This is unclear. If you're asking if your medical insurance will pay for someone else's treatment... no. If you're asking if your liability insurance will cover your own personal injuries... probably not, though that's less certain, and it might apply in some cases like a "no-fault" auto accident.
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Your question is unclear because there are various types of insurance statements. For an insurer, the monthly statements denote the premia received and claims paid, where for the insured it specifies upto date premia paid, FUP if any in brief the present status of the policy in question.
The word unclear is an adjective. It describes something which is not very clear.
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The question is unclear or is worded confusingly. Please re-word - add more info - and re-submit.
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The only two incoterms®rules that indicate the goods must be insured are CIF and CIP. Insurance is taken out by the seller in the buyer's name and the insurance must be for minimum 110% of the shipment value. For all the other incoterms® rules it's unclear if the seller or buyer is arranging insurance.This can lead to inadequate or no insurance and must be clearly written in the contract.