What is third party insurance?

Answer Third party insurance refers to liability coverage that a purchaser (referred to as the first party) purchases from an insurer, or the second party, as a means of protecting himself from any claims... Read More »

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What does third party car insurance cover?

Third party liability insurance covers damage done to other cars in the accident or to the other person or persons involved. Damage done to your car, if the accident is your fault, is not covered... Read More »

What Does a Third Party Administration Insurance Do?

Employers contract with third party administrations, often referred to as TPAs, to handle many of their human resources and insurance-related administrative functions. TPAs are independent companie... Read More »

What Is a Third Party Auto Insurance Claim?

According to insurance provider Geico, third party auto insurance claims are defined as "claims for injury or damage to property of a third party alleged to have been caused by the insured."

What is the difference between third party and fully comprehensive car insurance?

Answer Third Party Insurance only covers the person you have hit in the accident, you have to pay for all the damage to your own vehicle yourself. Fully Comprehensive covers all your damage and all... Read More »