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 What is the auto insurance claims frequency?

Answer Claims FrequencyIt refers to how often cliams are filed against your insurance policy.Frequent claims activity can result in cancellation or non renewal of your policy.
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If an auto insurance pays for medical claims and a settlement is received from an at-fault driver for bodily injury is that to repay the insurance co?

AnswerAccording to my insurance company, if i receive money from the at fault other driver as in a settlement, then yes I have to repay my own insurance company for the medical related expenses the... Read More »
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Laws on Insurance Claims for Auto Accidents in Missouri?

Auto accidents can be a traumatizing experience for all involved. In addition to injuries, car damage and the loss of transportation, the insurance claims process can be extensive. The state of Mis... Read More »
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Is there a co-op auto insurance where the only time premiums are charged is when the company has claims to pay out?

%REPLIES% Answer If there were, it is certain they would have more business than they could handle. Obviously the answer is no> Answer There is a way to do this, but you would have to talk to an at... Read More »
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If someone is in graduate school in Michigan but claims her residence as Ohio and pays state tax in Ohio and her car is registered in Ohio can she buy auto insurance using her Ohio address?

why do you want to know this???????? Answer: Yes, if your residence is listed as Ohio and your car is registered in Ohio, you can buy insurance using your Ohio address.
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