Bodily Injury Coverage is the amount of insurance money your own carrier will pay, if you are at fault, to the injured party The Uninsured or Under-insured Motorist Coverage is the money your insurance company will pay to you, if the other party has little or no insurance You cannot have more Uninsured Motorist Protection …February 27, 2017
The insurance carrier for your own vehicle will provide you with No-Fault Insurance Benefits These Benefits will cover medical bills, time out of work, and cost of transportation Your insurance carrier is responsible for paying a portion of your medical bills You will set up a system for the medical provider to directly bill your …February 27, 2017
The Primary paperwork to be filled out is the No-Fault Application, which will provide you with medical wages and benefits If there is more than $1000 of damage to your vehicle, you need to fill out a MV 101 form Your own insurance company may request that you fill out an Accident Description Form, which …February 27, 2017
If the cost of the repairs to your car exceed a pre-determined percentage of the value of your car If your car is totaled, you will only receive back the market value of your car as it existed at the time of the accident GAP insurance coverage will help you receive back the full value …February 27, 2017
You should immediately call the police, and make sure that everybody remains at the scene of occurrence You will want a copy of the police report because it has the statement of what has happened
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