The amount a person gets paid for an accident from the insurance company will depend on the injuries sustained.
In order for one to have insurance cover bodily injury one would have to have bodily injury insurance. This is good insurance to have as it would cover injuries to any persons that one injures in an accident. This liability insurance would cover any amount one is obligated to pay for injuries sustained and related costs.
No, liability insurance is when there are injuries involved. If you are injured in an accident when someone else is driving your car, your liability insurance would cover your medical costs. Comprehensive and collision insurance on the car you were driving should pay for damages to the vehicle.
As you know the minimum amounts for liability insurance vary from state to state. Alabama has as its minimum requirements the following the minimum liability limits are $25,000 for injury liability for one person, $50,000 for all injuries and $25,000 for property damage in an accident.
Yes you can. You may still receive a citation for not having insurance, however, the legal liability for the accident does not rest with you so the adverse party's insurance carrier will owe for your damages and/or injuries.
There is no price list on injuries sustained in accidents. It all depends on the severity of your injuries and how long you were treated for them. Also, the insurance policy and it's limit comes to play.
If you didn't put in a claim (not wise), and the company has absolutely no knowledge of the accident then 'no' how could it?
Answer 1: If you are driving with a passenger that does not have auto insurance or medical insurance, they can be covered under either your policy or the third party's policy depending upon the situation. If you are found at fault for the accident, Medical Payments or Personal Injury Protection will pay the a portion of the medical expenses that you and your passengers incur up to the stated limits. If you carry Uninsured Motorist and are hit by someone with no insurance, this coverage will pay for injuries to you and your passengers as well. If you are not at-fault for the accident causing injuries and the other party has insurance, the third party liability insurance coverage will pay for injuries to you and your passengers based on the per person and per accident limits stated on the policy.Answer 2: If the passengers are travelling in your auto and, if you are at fault in an accident, your insurance will cover them. If the other driver is found at fault, his/her liability insurance will cover your passengers.
The liability portion of your home insurance policy provides protection in the event someone asserts a claim of liability against the homeowner for damages or injuries.
Car insurance that pays for your injuries when you're in an accident in your car is
No, Medicare is not accident insurance. However if you are a qualified medicare recipient then it will cover the cost of health care in treating those injuries that resulted from an accident. It will not pay though for financial loss or liability damages resulting from an accident.
Liability Insurance and the Stolen VehicleNo, Liability Insurance provides coverage for damages or injuries that we cause to others. It does not provide coverage for our own vehicle damages or theft.
Traumatic cranial injuries sustained during a motor vehicle accident.
Excess liability coverage is designed to cover drivers who may have been involved in an auto accident and the injuries or bills exceed the insurance policy. It's kind of like your back up amount and can give you a little extra cushion and coverage.
Yes. Most insurance companies will cover injuries sustained in a robot attack.
Auto liability insurance covers physical damage to the other vehicle if you are at fault. It also covers injuries for parties in the other vehicle when the accident was your fault. It does not provide any coverage for your vehicle, you, or passengers.
Yes, but keep in mind that the other insurer may dispute liability (fault) and the extent of damages. Further, the other driver would have to have had liability insurance in order for you to get paid. Depending upon the jurisdiction in which you/he live(s), there may only be a requirement that property damage liability insurance be maintained. Therefore, if you sustained bodily injuries in the collision, the other driver would have been effectively uninsured.
The license status of the other driver has no bearing on your liability. If you were at fault you are still responsible for any damages and injuries. Just report it to your insurance company as you would any other accident.
Student accident insurance offers a mechanism for public schools to shift the risk and liability of school-related injuries to their students to an insurance company. Depending on your desired information, you could probably just call customer service at one of the student insurance companies and ask them whatever you want.
The liability section of a Home insurance policy covers you anywhere any time as long as it is not malicious intent.
A common policy structure has 100/300/50 liability limits, which covers up to: $100,000 for injuries per person. $300,000 for injuries total, per accident. $50,000 for property damage per accident.
Third party insurance, is also called liability insurance. This type of insurance does not cover you per say, but it covers others. When you are involved in an auto accident for which you are at fault, your liability or third party insurance will cover injuries and damages you cause to others, up to your liability limit. For example if you run a stop sign and hit another car, your third party insurance would cover the injuries, medical expenses, and property damage of the car you hit. You have a limit of third party insurance which is outlined by your policy and determines how much you pay for insurance. Each state and province has their own laws, but most require that you have a minimum amount of liability insurance. This is to protect all drivers because if the damages of an accident exceed your liability amount, you will be required to pay the difference, which can end up being several thousand dollars. Therefore it is recommended that you increase your third party liability above the state minimums. If you want your vehicle covered, you need to get comprehensive or collision coverage.
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In many states, "no-fault" coverage means that YOUR OWN policy pays the medical bills, loss of income, and related services for injuries sustained in an automobile accident. This means that, regardless of who was at fault, YOUR OWN policy pays for your injuries. If one of the parties decides to litigate because of injuries, those damages would be covered under the Bodily Injury Liability portion of the policy.