The Insurer of the At Fault driver pays for the accident.
It is always the at-fault party's responsibility to pay for the damage they cause in an accident. Insurance is a transfer of risk from the driver to the insurance company, but if the coverage (collison) does not exist on the car, then the driver will be responsible to pay out of pocket for the damage.
than your car is totaled and your insurance company just pays you a dollar amount instead of paying for the repairs... assuming you have insurance
It belongs to the insurance company
Under most policies, the car owner's insurance will cover you and the damage done to the vechicle. If the fault was yours, their insurance company may request that your insurance pays for some of the damage, or that you pay for the person's deductible.
Mostly because most states won't give you a tag for your car without you having liability insurance on the car. if you cause a wreck the insurance pays for the damage you caused and if you don't have enough coverage the injured party may go to court and sue you for some more money. Liability insurance does not pay for damage to your car. To get insurance you have to have a drivers license. If you get checked at a road block and have no insurance your car goes to jail and you may also. Comprehensive insurance pays for damage to your car. You have a twenty thousand dollar car and wreck it or someone else wrecks it then you get it repaired by the insurance company.
It would be your fault, so your insurance company will pay. Unless of course, you have no insurance or you flee then his/her "no-fault" insurance would pay for the damage.
You would have to pay your deductible and your insurance company would pay the rest unless you knew which car the tire came off of.
The owner of the car and their insurance company are responsible for paying for the damages as a result of the accident. To avoid this problem, you can start hiding your keys.
the car owners insurance The person driving the car would need to submit a claim to their insurance company. There are a few insurance companies that will cover not only the registered owner but anyone driving the car, however this is not usually the case.
towing company should have insurance
AARP is not a insurer. They refer seniors to a insurance company that pays them a fee.
Call your insurance company and get a claim started.
If the other party was clearly at fault in hitting your vehicle then their insurance will pay for the damage to your vehicle. The key is that it is their fault. The way you word the question you don't state that they were at fault but that they hit your car. If it is determined that they were at fault then their insurance pays, if you were at fault then your insurance pays.
Loan company gets paid first if you owe more then the insurancwe pays you owe the balance, if insurance pays more then loan you get the differance.
Car insurance that pays for your injuries when you're in an accident in your car is
If you have not settled with the insurance company you will have to take it back. If the insurance has paid out it is their car.
I assume your question refers to a car that was financed and was involved in an accident an it was a total lost. The insurance company pays the bank, the car belongs to the insurance company.
No, car insurance is only temporary when you are renting a car from a rental company, The reson it is temporary is because the company pays it monthly buiy you pay for it dailt.
If you wreck your car, then it is usually the insurance that pays for you ;)
You both pay for your own damage.
The At-Fault motorist (via their insurance) is liable for damage to property.
Yes. Collision coverage pays for damage to your vehicle, minus the deductible, regardless of who is driving it. Also, if you loan your vehicle to someone they are considered a permissive driver and you are liable for damage they cause in your vehicle even if they have their own insurance. Insurance always applies to the car not the driver.
Um, why does the insurance company have the title???? The only reason that the insurance company would have the title is because the car was totalled from damage. Something is very wrong here.
Yes, in many states they will.
Your auto insurance will cover the damage to your vehicle if you have comprehensive coverage. The Comprehensive portion of your auto insurance covers damage resulting from an act of nature.