Coverage & Claims

If I get in an accident in a company car, can I use my personal insurance for claim?

Hello, Sorry to hear about your accident. In short, no, you cannot use your personal insurance to cover a wreck in a company car.

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Eligibility

Is my 18-year-old son covered on my car insurance if he still lives with me?

If your son is living in your home, he needs to be listed on the policy as either a driver or an excluded driver. An excluded driver means they are not covered to drive the car at all.

Homeowners Insurance

Is there a vacancy clause in an HO 3 form for for coverage A and C?

I'm sorry, but this is a policy specific question since the vacancy clause is an endorsement (addition) to your policy to add further coverage. You'll need to contact your insurance company for the specific answer.

Coverage & Claims

Will car insurance cover replacing a window?

If the window breaking was caused by an accident, it is covered by your insurance. If it wasn't, then it is not likely to be covered even if you have comprehensive and collision coverage, as these cover damages resulting from events such as fire, theft, or vandalize, and not a malfunction with the vehicle.

Eligibility

Can I buy a vehicle in a different state than where I live?

Essentially, you need to have car insurance in the state where the vehicle will be kept. Car insurance is state specific.

Condo Insurance

Can a townhome be covered under an HO-6 insurance policy?

That depends on what parts of the property you are responsible for. If the townhouse shares walls and you are not responsible for the outside of the property but own the townhouse (like a condominium) then you qualify for an HO6.

Homeowners Insurance

How does HO-2 coverage compare with an HO-5 policy?

An HO-2 policy provides very basic coverage for your home and personal property. It covers the home when the damage is caused by specifically named events (perils).

Coverage & Claims

Should I have uninsured motorist coverage for all of my vehicles?

Uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage will follow you for injuries you sustain from an uninsured driver. However, uninsured motorist property damage will not cover vehicles that are not on your policy.

General Insurance

How long do I have in Illinois to add a new vehicle to my current insurance policy?

Typically, you have up to 14 days to add a new vehicle to your policy. Every company is different so always check with your specific insurance company for their guidelines.

Homeowners Insurance

Will my homeowners cover liability for small businesses?

Your homeowner's policy will not cover anything involved with the business unless you have a specific endorsement on the policy for an in-home business. You will want to check with your agent for your policy specifics.

Coverage & Claims
Homeowners Insurance

Is this covered by my homeowners or do I have to sue?

Homeowner's insurance is to repair damage caused by an unforeseen event. In this case, it will most likely not be covered by insurance, especially because it is cosmetic damage caused by home improvements.
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