Where can you find the insurance carrier of an exhibition in Connecticut?
You'll need to contact the coordinator or the exhibition and ask them.
After being involved in a hit and run how do you find out if the vehicle's owner has insurance and who the carrier is?
Exhibition insurance is used to protect the value of collectible items while on display. Should an item break, depending on the circumstances, insurance may or may not cover the cost to replace the item. One can contact their local insurance agent to find the best policy as they have the ability to quote from various insurance companies at once.
If you buy a utility trailer from a dealer do you need to insure it before you take it off of the lot?
Where might someone go to find out how to ship something with shipping insurance on it and how much the insurance might cost?
Even if the company is now bankrupt they probably had insurance when they were in business but you will have to find out the insurance company. Try to contact the attorney that is handling their BK and notify him that you have a claim. Your best action is to file a claim with your insurance carrier and let them go after the other party. How this will affect your rates depends on the policies of…
People decide how much coverage they are willing to pay for, not the carrier. So the carrier has no liability beyond the policy itself. You can sue the carrier (insurance company), but you will lose and may find yourself the target of a countersuit for frivolous claims. It would be advisable to not try--unless you have several billions of dollars lieing around with no other purpose.
What does it mean if your homeowners insurance carrier is not licensed by the Alabama Department of Insurance?
It just means they are not an "admitted" carrier. This required the insurance to be obtained through an insurance Broker. Your agent will usually obtain this coverage on your behalf. They sell a variety of types of coverages and policies so it is best to find an independent insurance agent to inform you of the any difference in the policy itself. You will also be required to pay a policy tax to the state which…
Unfortunately, under current laws, you cannot find one insurance carrier that can sell workers' compensation insurance in all 50 states. This is because five states (Ohio, West Virginia, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Washington) have monopolistic state funds. In these states, employers must buy their workers' compensation insurance directly from a fund that is run by the state government, and private insurance companies are not allowed to compete and sell insurance. Therefore, the maximum number of…
Health insurance for pets is not unusual, but most policies have specific rules. If you have medical insurance for your dog, contact your insurance carrier to find the specific rules for your situation. However, if you do not have insurance the specifically lists your pet, and are asking about general health or property insurance, then I am quite certain the answer would be, "no."
One can evaluate various carriers and compare their options by contacting carriers directly by phone or by email. The other way to find out information is to check with a current auto/home insurance carrier and see if they offer life insurance as well. Some employers offer this coverage to their employees.
If your daughter's friend hit her car and claims he has no insurance is there any way to find out if he is really uninsured without a police report?
The best way to handle this is to file a claim with your own insurance company, assuming you have first party coverages on this vehicle. Your insurance company will pay for your damages, less your deductible, and will then subrogate your daughter's friend; subrogate means to recover the damages paid by your carrier. If the friend or his/her parents claim to have no insurance (in response to the letter your insurance carrier will send them)…
Your state should have a division or department of insurance. You can find them in the blue pages of the phone book, or do a google search via the web for your state. If the complaint is against your own carrier, the division of insurance can probably help you. If you're making a complaint against another person's insurance carrier, don't hold your breath for results. The division of insurance in your state probably can't influence…
Can you re-phrase the question? As asked, it makes no sense. They should notify you, send you a new ID card. You probably mean your employer, or if your Insurance Company was bought out. If, in fact, you did mean your employer when you said "carrier", I suggest you contact your Human Resources office for the updated info. Or, if you are a union member, contact your local, etc.
Connecticut insurance is very expensive no matter who you go through. I'd recommend a service like Esurance since they are web only, or Progressive since they also compare the rates of other companies. That said, do not trust Progressive's quotes for other companies and only use them as goby's before contacting said company to verify the rate.
Can a noncustodial parent in NY obtain outside cheaper health insurance rather than employer provider insurance?
Are you required by te court to provide insurance to your kids? If you are then it doesnt matter where the insurance comes from. If you can find a cheaper premium/better benefits from another carrier.. power to you! As long as the kids are covered and your not paying out a 5000.00 deductible then I would say go for it! Hope this helps:)