Assuming that you are talking about in the case of an accident, you should only talk to your insurance carrier. They will contact the other person's insurance carrier.
the agent is under the authority of the principal, or insurance carrier, and has the ability to make decisions as a representative of the carrier. Therefore, the principal can be held legally liable for the agent's business
By calling your insurance agent
Call and ask your agent
Contact your agent or the policy services dept. of your insurance carrier for the answer to your question.
You have to be a licensed agent in the state you want to sell insurance. Also, you need to be appointed by the carrier/ insurance company you want to sell for.
You start by calling your insurance agent, who can inform you on how to proceed from there.
One can learn by using a library to do research or word of mouth. One can also stop by an insurance carrier to get information from an agent or agent staff.
Depends on your insurance, I am coming to that situation myself. I plan on calling my insurance agent
Yes, he or she should. And further, you should receive an official letter of declination directly from the insurance carrier.
Check with your agent. They should be able to locate a carrier that provides this type of insurance.
You can buy Saga Home Insurance in New Jersey by contacting an insurance company agent. Or you can look and check out the Insurance USA site. You can get more information by calling your agent though.
Most companies offer insurance coverage to their full time employees. Others can get insurance by calling a local insurance agent. Pick a reputable insurance company.