If you were driving someone else's car with their knowledge and consent, and were named as an additional insured or otherwise covered under the policy, that liability coverage is likely to pay. If you neither had permission nor were an additional insured (by being named on the policy or because of a relationship to the named insured), you probably would not be covered.
As a practical matter, if the damages were relatively minor, the insurer may make a business decision to pay the claim. Otherwise, it would issue a "reservation of rights" to the named insured stating that it was not going to cover the claim.
Comprehensive auto insurance will cover a driver for car accidents and injury caused by them. It will also cover damage from weather incidents, vandalism and fire, as well as theft.
It depends on how much coverage you get. It usually will cover any damage to the actual facility only.
Depends what kind of insurance you have, car insurance probably won't
No. This is not what homeowners insurance is designed to do. This is not a covered cause. Homeowners insurance covers more than any other kind of insurance especially with the premium as low as it is.
There are landlord and owner liability insurances available. A good lease agreement and deposit for damages can also help you cover damages by tenants.
No. Firstly there is no damage. Secondly, animals of any kind is not a covered cause.
Liability insurance financially protects a driver who is not a fault in an accident by paying for damages. It will protect the driver who is at fault from being sued for damages.
It depends on what the policy says. Recognize that even if it does, you'll probably loose the insurance afterward or the rates go up. If you loose the insurance, other insurance companies may not be willing to cover you once they find out that you have that kind of person living in your house. Insurance companies are constantly determining their risk. If they see a condition that may cause higher risk, they tend to deal with the condition.
No, diamond car insurance don't cover the loss of jewerly. They cover different kind of insurance like car insurance, home insurance and travel insurance.
Depending on what kind of insurance you have most health insurance companies would cover this cost.
Dental insurance and Medicade will cover braces.
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