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 How do you add a non-owned car insurance option to a car insurance policy in the USA?

Answer AnswerFrom a retired California Insurance Broker. The question is not clear as to the issue. When you have a US car insurance policy and you drive a car not owned by the policy holder you are autom... Read More »
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If your auto insurance policy has you and your brother as drivers and your brother is not dependent on you and he has an accident with a car owned by him can you also be dragged into a lawsuit?

Answer Your brother is the only person, in this case, who can be sued. Unless you were in the car and your brother accuses you of distracting him on purpose, you can't be sued and should have nothi... Read More »
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Can a homeowner purchase an insurance policy to protect an above ground swimming pool from winter damage or can a rider be attached to their current homeowner's insurance policy?

Answer Depending on the insurance company, you may be able to acquire "Collapse of Above-Ground Pool" endorsement. Which covers exactly what it says, the collapse of the above ground poolCheck wit... Read More »
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If a car has only storage insurance on it and someone else drives it can the person who has the insurance policy be held responsible and will it affect that person's insurance?

Answer I'm assuming that "someone else" had an accident while driving this un-insured car, and that person should be held responsibility. However, if they have no assets, responsibility will fall o... Read More »
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I have an indiviual policy with an insurance company I can purchase a group policy through my employer Its with the same insurance company Can I use both policies?

Answer Two different policies (different policy ID numbers) should mean you should not have to pay anything out of pocket. The primary will pick up 80% (in most cases), and the secondary should pic... Read More »
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