If you only have liability insurance and hit a pole during a snow storm will the insurance company pay to fix your car?

Answer Answer NO. This is considered weather related and at-fault. Sorry. I'm a broker and I have to tell ppl all the time!

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Is it legal for an insurance company to let you get liability insurance on a vehicle that has a lien holder on it?

Certainly, liability insurance has nothing to do with who owns the vehicle. It deals with protecting the owner of the vehicle if sued as a result of an accident. Collision and theft protect the own... Read More »

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.

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.

When a car with only liability insurance and a salvaged title is totaled a second time what is the responsibility of the at faults insurance company as far as replacement?

Answer The title is irrelevant, they need to put you in equal transportation during the claims process and issue you a check based on the cars book value. If they give you less then you feel is r... Read More »