Yes it is as other insurance companies will hold a record. Not disclosing is fraud.
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AnswerIf you were in an accident with this person and a police report was filed, the police department will likely have this information. If a police report was not filed, you can either file a report after the fact or take the person to small claims court. The police and/or judge may be able to compel person in question to disclose the information.
Yes, they can. The fact that they have no insurance and the Police were not called has no bearing. If they do decide to claim for any injuries, your insurance company will scrutinize it, but not necessarily deny it.
The way car insurance works after an accident is that a report must be made to the insurance company. They will review it and then decide what you new insurance cost will be. Answer: Accidents need to be reported to your insurance company as soon as possible whether you or someone else caused the accident. If police were called to the scene then you must obtain a copy of the police report as well to be sent to your insurance company. All of this if you plan to file the insurance claim through your or the other drivers insurance. Some have accidents but the repairs are so minor that they pay out of pocket rather than getting the insurance companies involved.
A lienholder may purchase what is called Collateral Protection Insurance in the event the debtor fails to provide collision insurance. Remember, the lienholder is not concerned with the liability insurance policy that the state requires. They are only concerned with you maintaining insurance that protects their investment in the vehicle. If you are pulled over by the police, the Collateral Protection Insurance will not be adequate insurance for the polie. The police are looking for you to maintain liability insurance.
You can appeal a ticket surcharge that is imposed by your insurance company with your state insurance department but you will lose if you try to blame the police officer. Police officers have no responsibility to inform you of what might happen to your insurance if you get a ticket. In fact they don't care what happens to your insurance rates, if you violated a traffic law you should expect to get a ticket.
Yes, you do not need a police report to file a insurance claim.
No, undercover officers are not required and should not disclose that they are the police. There is no law in any state in the US that calls for such a disclosure. All departments have rules of disclosure for uniformed officers. They must give anyone asking their identification number (badge number)
Calling the police lets the victim file a police report to provide for both insurance and legal reasons.
Yes. In a rear end accident, the liability is still there even if police are not called.
They make a police report so that if it is used in a crime after that day and time then they can see that it wasn't you, as far as getting re-imbursed, do you have renter's insurance? It may be covered.
It depends on how smoothly you want the insurance claim to go. Generally, insurance companies resist paying if there is no report to the police.
Yes, part of your miranda rights
Police reports are not necessary, insurance companies can recreate the occurrence from the damage on the vehicle and determine who is at fault.
Laws differ from state to state. In this case you should contact the police to find out about the law regarding proof of insurance, but if insurance information wasn't available at the time of the collision, you may as turn the collision in to your insurance, since the other driver probably isn't insured.
Most insurance companies want a police crime report number before a settlement is reached.
Yes, and then tell them you plan to get insurance asap.
No, the police never notify insurance companies of accidents or tickets. It is the responsibility of the insured party to notify their insurance company.
Just file a claim with the other parties insurance company. You called the police and got an accident report, right?
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Only if you have a prayer of getting the insurance company to assist you with the claim at all.
The police do keep detailed prison records when a person has been imprisoned. This is typically stored in a confidential database. The police will only disclose details of past crimes when a DBS check is requested.
An applicant needs to visit the police station and ask for an abstract if he needs to make an application to FIR. Based on the information asked, FIR can then disclose.