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 If you are a co-owner of a car do both owners need to carry liability insurance?

Answer file with your insurance company and they will deal with your neighbors insurance policy.
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If a new resident at an apartment building falls near an entrance and is injured does the apartment owners liability insurance cover expenses or is this considered your own home with no liability?

It really depends where one fell. If it was in your own apartment, that would be your problem. If you slipped & fell on their sidewalk or tripped in a pothole on the common grounds, you could fil... Read More »
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Why are you advertising AIG insurance company as THE provider of non-owner auto liability insurance when the do NOT sell such coverage?

AIG, like most other companies, will only sell this coverage in conjunction with either a general liablity policy or a commercial auto policy. It is not available as a stand-alone coverage.
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If you are hit by a unlicensed driver on a permit driving another person's car that had liability insurance can you sue the owner or the insurance company for your injuries?

Answer Yes, without a doubt. The owner bares the true responsibility.
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When should you carry just liability on car insurance?

The purpose of insurance is to reduce financial risks that you might incur in the event that some catastrophe happens. In automobile coverages, liability insurance covers damage costs to another p... Read More »
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