Only if the transmission was damaged in an accident. Auto Insurance does not pay for maintenance or mechanical repairs that are not the result of an accidental loss.
Not unless the transmission was damaged in an auto accident. Auto Insurance does not cover maintenance nor does it cover normal wear and tear.
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.
Work cover is a compulsory insurance scheme. It is contributed by the Victorian employers. It provides businesses with insurance cover.
There are exceptions to this but normally the car rental firms insurance covers the the car, if in doubt always get CDW when renting a car (Collision Damage Waver) if you have OPCF 27 on your car insurance then your insurance will cover the rental car, its called the Laibility for damage to non-owned automobiles. you must have collision and comprehensive for this coverage to work.
out of state truck insurance only covers you if you have bought interstate insurance. it will not cover you if you only have local insurance. along with that for interstate work the truck must be tagged for interstate work
In case a client sues, what type of insurance do MT's buy to cover their work?
The answer depends entirely on your particular health insurance provider. The majority of providers do not cover any dental work, including work that may be deemed medically necessary, unless you have purchased an additional premium package that specifically covers things such as dental, vision, and hearing. Contact your health insurance provider for accurate information and answers. It depends entirely on your individual insurance plan. A more comprehensive plan may cover a medical dental emergency, but most dental emergencies will require separate dental insurance.
There are numerous possible examples of things that business insurance would cover. Business insurance will cover things such as property damage and work casualties.
Your insurance is good for any work you have done from this point forward. It does not cover work that was performed prior to having the insurance.
Contractor insurance is when contractors get injured or hurt during work. The insurance is supposed to cover or partially cover their medical bill for the hospital. http://www.ehow.com/info_7924969_contractor-insurance.html
Employer's liability insurance exists to protect an employer from an employee's insurance claims from conditions resulting from work. The insurance should cover medical costs and some lost wages.