First of all you should talk to the claims representative and if that doesn't get results then ask for a supervisor. If you have an insurance agent to contact you can also get them involved. If that fails to get results ask your state's insurance commissioner for help in the matter.
generally no did the ins co cross out your name or did they just put the finance companies name on the check? If they crossed it out they just committed a crime- its called altering an instrument(check) . If they left your name off the check , the claim was for a total loss and you owed more that the insurance settlement , the finance company would be entitled to the full settlement from the insurance company . If that's not the case your name should be on the check too.
The amount offered by the at-fault insurer should be the equivalent of the balance to finance company. Take NO LESS than that!!! This is called "indemnity" Use that word with the insurer... that will get them sitting up straight! * Use that word and they may laugh at you. Insurance pays the VALUE OF THE VEHICLE. You can purchase Gap Insurance, usually through the financing company, which will cover the remainder of the loan.
Absolutely. When you purchase and finance a vehicle you sign a legally binding contract. Perhaps you should read what you sign. The contract states that you agree to carry insurance that includes comprehensive and collision with a maximum deductible of usually $500. If you let your insurance cancel then you have broken the contract and therefore the finance company can reposses the vehicle.
So you want to choose a finance company to handle your money, but you aren't really sure where to look. A good finance company is one that, above all else, you can trust. You should be able to trust your finance company so that you won't have to constantly worry about things. This is a very important idea and it's one you should cling to. Be sure that your finance company has a good reputation within the industry. Likewise, take the time out of your schedule to sit down with them and see whether the company is a good fit for you.
Almost every insurance claims to provide the best settlement ratio. You will find plenty but to ensure which one actually fulfills all your requirements and providing you the best services you should compare the policy online.. By comparing you can choose the best and be saved from fake commitments..
Most homeowners insurance companies do not provide mortgage financing. Any damage done to a home, such as hail, wind, fire, etc. should be covered by the homeowners insurance. If the roof is just "worn out" it is the homeowners responsibility This is considered normal and expected maintenance incidental to home ownership.
I'm assuming you mean the total loss settlement on your car. Usually the insurance company will research the value of your car. Check your policy carefully on this, as some insurance companies have the last word and others let you have your car appraised at your own expense should you feel the offer is too low. Usually not, but read your policy, and above all, negotiate!
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