No brainer. The person who hit you is At Fault. Doesn't matter if you have a license or not. Not having a license doesn't give the other driver a free shot at rear ending you.
In most states, insurance companies require a police report of an accident. To have a police report, the police have to go to the accident scene in order to write one. Most rear end accidents are the fault of the person who hit the rear of a car. However, if you did not report the accident to the police because you have no license, you may be out of luck with the insurance company.
you will get a ticket and probably get your license suspended for longer and insurance will probably not cover the accident b/c you were driving with a suspended license but of course this is just one scenario
A live insurance company is a company that holds a "life insurance" policy on a person. The policy is taken out by a person and fees are paid. And, if for some reason the person's life ends, the policy is paid out to the beneficiaries as long as the death was not done on purpose.
Good luck getting any relief from the damages caused by the driver with no insurance since you were on the road without a license. Given the circumstances, you cannot file a police report. If the other driver offers cash, take it. Your insurance certainly won't pay either. I suppose you might park the remains of your car and start riding the bus or bike until your suspension ends.
It depends on insurance company A . Ring them up and say "can I have the money." If you say you can fix it yourself for less than any of the quotes they may well say yes.
if you wanted to vs someone from class tell them to come on before school ends
When the policy matures, an attempt must be made to contact the policyowner at the last address the insurance company has. But if they have moved and not notified the insurance company, after a few months, the maturity value of the policy will be sent by the company to the State that they operate in as unclaimed property. If the policy simply ends - such as with a term life policy - the policy will state the date when coverage ends.
He can, but, if you don't leave, he has to put that person up somewhere else.
As far as I understand it, That isn't a possible solution. A claim isn't settled until after the vehicle, or whatever is fixed. Thus there is no set amount for the claim. example: Person A rear ends someone. A, goes to the insurance company and files a claim, The insurance company sends an adjuster, the car gets fixed, and the amount owed is determined by the bill after the vehicle is fixed.
Term life insurance does not build up accumulated value and ends when the insurance policy period ends. Whole life insurance does build up accumulated value, has tax advantages, but costs more than Term Life insurance. You can determine which product better meets your insurance needs.
The insurance company hires a lawyer to represent the insured person or corporation. So, assume that Dan gets in a car wreck and rear-ends Paul. Paul sues Dan. Dan's insurance company hires Lewis the lawyer to represent Dan the defendant.