No, PIP is only for the occupants of the vehicle.
Go for Insurance claim
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.
That all depends on the details and the rules in your state.
Yes. As long as you were insured when the accident happened they will pay the claim.
You will need to for the insurance claim for car repairs.
You can only claim against the rental company if the driver took out their insurance. If he has his own separate insurance, that is where you need to make the claim.
You may get a ticket for no insurance. But you can still file a claim under the at fault drivers auto insurance.
you get the insurance info. and have them look at the damange. make shoure you have a police report.
Call your insurance agent or call the 800 claims number on your policy papers.
If your car is being hit on a private car park, you should call the police and report it and later on claim the insurance that was being put in your car to expense all the repairs of it.
HI, Working in a car insurance company, you would claim off your car insurance as the vehicle was involved in the accident, however because it was on your own personal property you may be able to claim off your house insurance depending on the terms of your policy, you will find most homeowners insurance only covers the house itself and not the surrounding gardens
It's not clear what your question is. You should be able to claim insurance on it.
In case of Car accident if your car is having valid insurance policy at the time of accident then you are liable to get the claim for the loss. While different companies have different disbursement policies and depreciation charts which would be followed for claim settlement process. Turtlemint car insurance offers a fare depreciation chart and easy claim process which simplifies the complete process and helps to get the tasks done hassle-free
Depending on the size of the claim, it may.
Yes you can as long as you have collision coverage and this will be considered an "at fault" accident.
If you or the other driver makes a claim yes.
The insurance will pay for the car you hit.
If you provided the insurance company with details of the person who hit you and they were able to recover from them then you should not be penalized at all for the accident.
if the car that hit you from behind has insurace its his fault, for failing to leave enough breaking distance, even thought he was hit, u claim from him,, he claims from the car that shoved him and so on
That IS what you carry insurance for. Contact the police to fill out a report, then turn it in to your insurance. If this is your first claim, it shouldn't affect your rates. If it's NOT he first claim, you might want to consider off-street parking.
First, report it to your insurance company and they will ahndle the claim. Second, try not to hit any more cars, rental or not.
If you are driving their car and hit their car, then their insurance will pay for the damage on both cars. If you are driving your car and hit their car, then your insurance will pay for the damage on both cars.
If it's your car that got hit, you should still make a report to the police. (You never know, they may find the person that hit you). Insurance will still take the claim, but it may take more time to process, and you'll have to have the appropriate insurance. If you hit the car, you should leave a note with your contact info and insurance info so the owner can get back to you.
If you hit the car (i.e., you're liable for the accident), the other driver shouldn't have a deductible - your liability insurance should pay the entire claim.
As long as their adjuster is being reasonable and is handling your claim quickly it will be fine to just let them handle the claim. If they are giving you trouble talk with your insurance agent and see if they can help you with the claim.