With the police report in hand, and it showing whose fault the accident was, contact the arrested drivers insurance company and make application for a claim.
Chances are though, that the other person doesn't even have insurance, or a driver's license. Why else would someone hit and then run? To avoid being caught without the license or insurance. If that driver has no insurance, then about the only thing you can do then is file a suit in court for restitution. You might be awarded the costs of repairs, but the defendant may not have the means to pay what is owed to you. Sending that person to jail only compounds your issue.
You being arrested has no bearing on your loan. As long as you make the payments on time there will be no repossession. The loan company does not care if you are in jail as long as they get their money.
Your car note has no bearing on the cost of your auto insurance policy.
Your equity loan has no bearing on your ability to file a claim. You just call the insurance company and report the loss.
Your employment status should have no bearing on your insurance claim.
Yes, of course. If you are liable for the damages you are required by law to cover the losses. Having a police report or not having a police report has no bearing on your liability and resulting financial responsibilities. Although most minor accidents do not merit a police report, the insurance companies recommend an accident report be filed whenever possible to document the occurrence and protect the drivers and the company from individuals who may later try to shirk their financial responsibilities. If you have insurance then your insurance company will cover the loss for you up to your policy limits. If you are uninsured then you are required to pay the damages yourself.
The fact that the car is parked illegally or not has no bearing on who is at fault. The car that slid down the slope is at fault.
The company was founded in 1810, in the Connecticut city bearing the same name, as a fire insurance company. It managed to survive to this day, incorporating a wide variety of insurance coverage.
Between the insurer (the risk-bearing entity) and the insured.
In 2001 U.S. establishments involved in ball and roller bearing manufacturing employed a total of more than 32,200.
One will find reviews with several insurance companies bearing the name Royal in their business names. One will find it difficult if possible to read reviews as a trusted sources under the name of royal auto insurance.
It is unclear whether you are referring to an insurance company (the risk-bearing entity) or an insurance agency (the business that sells the insurance policies to consumers). In either event, licenses are required, but obtaining them involve far different processes.
SR22 Insurance is just Auto Insurance. So it depends on the scope of coverage you requested when you purchase the policy. The fact that you have an SR22 endoresement on your Auto Insurance Policy has no bearing on your scope of coverage.