Would it be collision or comprehensive that covers a car deer accident?
Wrong. Collision with an animal is considered a comprehensive loss. Collision with an animal is considered an exception to the definition of collision. AnswerCollision
Is an accident involving a pedestrian a comprehensive or a collision claim?
An accident involving a pedestrian is a collision claim. Comprehensive insurance covers losses from events such as theft or fire. Collision insurance provides coverage when your vehicle collides wi...
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What happens if you had been in an accident and it was considered 5050 because there was no way to prove who was at fault but you had only comprehensive and collision and no liability insurance?
Both insurance companies will pay for their own, depending on your policy coverage.
Which coverage would cover a car falling off a lift comprehensive or collision?
Answer Comprehensive. You did not dive the car into anything
Car Insurance question: Hitting a deer is 'collision' .. hitting a tree is 'other than collision'?
You can't be held at fault for an animal hitting your car, thus it is comprehensive or "other than collision". Unless the tree is growing legs and walking in your path, you are going to be at fau...
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