Coverage & Claims Can I transfer my insurance coverage from my car to my mom's car?
You cannot "transfer" insurance coverage. While you can try adding your mom's car to your insurance policy (your insurance likely won't question you adding a vehicle, and assume it's yours) in the event of an accident, there could be complications as to how the payout would be handled.
Most Recent Homeowners Insurance
Previous claims can affect your ability to get homeowners insurance. Particularly, it will affect your rates.
Coverage & Claims
Thanks for your question. In general, insurance proceeds are not taxed.
Yes, we are able to start a policy with an insurance carrier for you right away. Coverage would take effect immediately.
I'm sorry to hear your husband has passed. Every company is different when it comes to their process when a spouse passes away.
Subrogation occurs when an insurer pays an insured for a loss caused by a third party. The insurance company is then “subrogated” – or steps into the shoes of the insured – to sue that third party for the loss suffered by the insured.
One example of an HO2 claim that would not be covered under an HO-2 would be any water damage relating to water backup, foundation, or slow leaks. As you mentioned, the HO-2 is a named peril policy.
Coverage & Claims
There are a few things involved here. First, whether you file a claim or not, most insurance companies require you to report every accident.
Car Insurance Costs
There are a few things to consider when selecting coverage. The age of the vehicle is one of them.
There's a couple of things to think about here. It sounds like you have your travel trailer bundled with your auto insurance policy because more often then not your travel trailer needs a separate policy.
Car Insurance Costs General Insurance
That is a tricky situation. Based on what you said, it sounds like the other company would need to have a commercial policy that covers the drivers using their vehicles.