"Insurance rates in California vary widely due to specific circumstances for each policy holder. Insurance can be purchased from local agents, nationwide providers, as well as websites. Price will be dependant on age, risk, and number of items (cars, house, boat, etc) insured on the same plan."
I believe that Humana does have the cheapest rates, but you also have to keep in mind that cheap does not always mean top quality. I suggest Cigna for your insurance.
Check out http://www.kanetix.com/san-diego-auto-insurance-ca for a list of inurace agents in San Diego.
Only if the insurance company believes it was your mom driving at the time.
To get the correct answer you should ask the insurance company.
YOur broker should answer that for you - they would contact the company on your behalf to find out.
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In Ca. No
Yes. TransAid of Glendale offers these services. Their number is (818) 242-1155.
I don't want to chance your insurance company but if you do, the accident was not your fault so it does not matter. Just ask your agent this question. He is here to help you.
It is not fedarally taxable.
Before an insurance company can sell insurance in a certain state, it must register with the State Dept of Insurance. If the company is sold, then it must notify the Dept of who it was sold to. If it just closes down, its policies were likely sold to another company, the Dept will have to be notified of that as well. Contact the CA Dept of Insurance and inquire there.
In California, there is a statewide reduced liability insurance policy to help make insurance more affordable to those who are in poverty. You can find this policy at any insurance company.