Make the claim with the dealer that sold you the tires.
No, if no contact is made, there is no basis for a claim.
You don't need too. Just make your loss claim on your own homeowners insurance policy. If your neighbor is liable for your loss then your Insurance Company will subrogate the matter for you.
You make the claim as soon as possible within reason after the roof damage occurs. If your roof was already damaged prior to purchasing the policy. it will not cover pre-existing damage.
This question doesn't really make sense. You can't make a claim on your roof damaged by a storm then repaint your automobile if this is what you mean. You must fix what the insurance company pays you to repair or they will certainly cancel the policy.
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Yes, as far as ur policy iis valid .When they generally come for inspection make sure it is was through a natural disaster. If not the claim would be of no gain , most importantly they have have to be updated immediately when noticed...
no you have to make a claim for it to be regestered as a claim
Follow it up as much as you can and get your insurance company involved if you are going to make a claim as they will try and get monies from someone else if they can transfer the responsibility.
It would be fraud to make such a claim. Only the owner of the trademark can make such a claim.
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