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 If you co-sign for a vehicle should you have liability insurance as well?

Answer Yes
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If a hit and run vehicle knocks an insured moving vehicle into your liability-only parked vehicle whose insurance pays for damage to your car?

Answer The "At Fault" party is responsible for your damage, regardless of who ran. The driver who ran from the scene is not necessarily the at fault party. The question is who caused the accident? ... Read More »
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Will liability insurance pay for company property in a private vehicle if the vehicle is destroyed by fire?

Answer usually no, but your homeowners MAY, and your employers might as well....most auto policys specifically exclude any and all personal property, and homeowners (under personal property covera... Read More »
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If a tire blows out on my vehicle and the only damage is to my vehicle and the passengers in it What if any will my North Carolina liability insurance pay out?

Answer you are saying you only have liability? will cover nothing on your vehicle. if your passengers were injured (baring any exclusion) you liab. coverage will cover their injuries assuming you ... Read More »
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If you have liability insurance only in a no-fault state and you were rear-ended and vehicle totalled who pays for the replacement or repair of the vehicle?

%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer Michigan's no fault law is really a pain. If you only had liability insurance, even if you weren't at fault, you're responsible for the damages to your vehicle. If the o... Read More »
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