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When will your insurance company pay for your collision claim?

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If your Motor Car policy covers First Party and your car gets damaged by a collision, the insurance co. will pay for that. Whereas when there is Third Party coverage in your policy and a third party's car gets damaged by your car, the third party's claim will be borne by the insurance co.

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You call your insurance company and file a collision claim. You pay your collision deductible and they will set up repairs for your vehicle.


You are required by law to have liabilty coverage, but not collision coverage. If you did not have collision coverage then you are not due any compensation by your insurance company. If you did have collision insurance and the insurance company will not pay, then you may be able to sue the insurance company, but you cannot sue the state.


A claim is a liability on part of the insurance company. If a customer makes a claim it means that the insurance company has to pay the customer for the amount is eligible to claim and hence it is a expenditure on the balance sheets of the insurance company.


yes. you can sue an at fault driver if his insurance company refuses to pay your claim. it would not be proper to sue the insurance company.


I would say that the tow truck is liable for this claim. This is also what your insurance company will say even if they go ahead and pay the claim to keep you happy. Most of the time your company will pay then they will subrogate against the responsible party. If you have comp and collision then their is no issue. If you have comp and not collision then issue of what happened may come into play.


Collision insurance means that if you were to get in an accident the insurance company would pay to fix your car instead of the person's that you hit.


Yes. The insurance company will pay their portion of the claim which does not include the deductible because that is your portion .


Yes, the insurance company will pay, but they might drop you when they finish processing the claim.


If you had a collision and the other party does not have insurance, you would have to pay the deductible. Your insurance company would pay for any needed repairs.


Usually in a bad faith insurance claim the insurance company is in the wrong. A bad faith claim is when an insurance company fails to pay out what was promised on the claim. More than likely you could sue the insurance company and have a chance at winning your case.


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It is always the at-fault party's responsiblity to pay for damages they cause in an accident. If you know who hit your car then contact their insurance company and file the claim. If you do not know who did it and you have collision coverage on your car, you can file the claim through your own insurer.


Generally, a claim can be cancelled. If you do not want the insurance to pay a claim, the company will be glad not to pay it.


If the other party has insurance then their "property damage" coverage should cover damage to your vehicle. If you happen to be at fault or there is some question as to who is at fault then it might be hard to collect from their insurance company. Only if the other party is at fault. If you have collision insurance, you can file the claim with your own agent. Then you will be paid for your damages, less your deductible, and when your company collects from the other company you will also get your deductible. If you do not have collision, you will have to file your claim directly with the at-fault driver's insurance. If the company denies your claim (and unless there is very compelling evidence that their client was at fault, they will), you will have to sue the driver. Then, IF YOU WIN the lawsuit, their insurance will pay.


yes, they will treat it as if the primary was a different company. You pay two premiums. If they do not, contact the DOI.


Claims adjudication is generally a term found in insurance. It is the process in which the insurance company decides whether or not to pay out on the claim.


When you get insurance on a car, a house, a boat, you pay the insurance company money, known as premiums. The insurance company invests that money. When there is a claim, some of the premium, along with some of the interest from the invested money, is used to pay the claim.


An insurance company generally does not pay the lien holder directly. The vehicle owner is responsible for paying for insurance coverage and will often deal with the insurance company themselves after a collision has taken place.


If you have collision coverage on your vehicle you can collect from your insurance company for the damages. You will not have to pay the deductible if you were determined by the insurance company to not be at fault for the accident. They then go after the other insurance company to get the money they paid you back. If you do not carry collision coverage then you need to file with other insurance company, they will then decide who was at fault for the accident if their party was at fault they then pay you for the damages to your vehicle.


Anytime you make a claim with your own insurance company against someone else's company or their company directly, the company taking the claim by law has to fully verify and investigate the claim being made. Not only that, no insurance company in their right mind would pay out insurance claims without checking them out first.


The insurance companies usually settle each claim independantly. Your insurance will pay yours, the other co will pay theirs. But your insurance will go up. If you have only the required liability insurance your company will not pay for your damage. If you do not have comprehensive and collision, you may have to sue the at-fault driver to force his insurance carrier pay. If you have coverage of your own, you can file a claim with your agent and immediately collect the damages (less your deductible) and your company will sue his if necessary. If and when they win or receive a settlement, you will get your deductible back. Also, if the other driver is determined to be at fault, your rates should not increase.


Yes, if you have collision insurance. It would be a collision claim and you would have to pay what your collision deductible is. If your car caused damage to someone else's vehicle or property, you would also be liable for the damages.



You will continue to pay insurance premium to renew the policy,irrespective of the claim to be submitted after truck accident.


It depends on why they didn't pay the claim. If you have the coverage and followed the requirements, like making a police report, cooperating with the insurance company as well as the police then you should have no problem with a claim, if it was in fact a theft. Otherwise you can always sue the company or file a complaint with your state department of insurance if you feel you were denied coverage you paid for.



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