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 If I don't have collision insurance will insurance company fix my car?

Answer It depends upon the type of damage and the cause of it; some physical damage is covered by the comprehensive coverage of an auto policy. For example, glass breakage and vandalism is normally covere... Read More »
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When you are not at fault for an accident does the insurance company owe for collision insurance that I buy on the rental car?

"No", not in most cases. I am assuming for the sake of answering your question that the facts are similar to this; you were in an accident you were not at fault the other company has accepted liabl... Read More »
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What are the definitions for liability insurance medical payments insurance uninsured motorist comprehensive and collision for auto insurance?

Answer Liability insurance: The coverage found on any auto policy that handles damage you cause to another person's property, either directly or indirectly with your car.Medical Payments Insurance:... Read More »
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In NY if you have health insurance and have colon cancer but want to switch insurance companies for better coverage does the other insurance company have to take you?

Answer I sure would check before I made the switch. You could be getting into that pesky, ''pre exsisting condition'' thing.......Ask the new carrier first before you switch, (I'd get it in writing... Read More »
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Is it ok to change auto insurance after twenty years with the same company as another good insurance company can give a better discount because they already have your homeowners policy?

Answer This is perfectly okay. Things to check on is make sure your deductable hasn't risen significantly, as well as your coverage terms. You know, fine print things.
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