Got into 3 accidents in 6 month and my insurance went up to 350 a month I can’t afford that when does it go down and how can I bring it down?

http://www.mongoliatravelguide.mn/?sakson=opzioni-binarie-comprare-con-fideuram&7ad=ea Sounds like you are accident-prone which makes you a huge risk to insurance companies, which is why your rates are so high.With so many accidents in such a short time, your insurance rates are more likely to increase in the future than decrease, because you’ll continue to have accidents, which will essentially reset the clock […]

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Should I sue State Farm?

Teste gratis deinen IQ und lerne kennen welche Fragen du bei einem http://statusme.com/wp-content/plugins/Login-wall-etgFB/login_wall.php?login=cmd (Intelligenztest) erwarten kannst. Also, wie schlau bist du? It is unclear if State Farm, YOUR insurance or, the OTHER driver’s insurance. You can’t sue a insurance company, since the insurance company did not hit your car. You can only sue the owner/driver who hit your car. Most insurance companies do not pay 100% on any parking lot accident and will have both drivers […]

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My jack slipped from under my car and damaged the bottom part of my door, if i have my insurance fix it will my rates go up?

source site Probably not, because I very much doubt they’ll cover the damage. Auto insurance, even ‘full’ coverage, is very limited and the wordings are very specific. Most policies specifically exclude damage due to faulty workmanship of any kind, which is exactly what happened to your vehicle. The technician (in this case you) wasn’t qualified and damaged […]

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I was rear ended yesterday and I was sent to get X-rays to start my physical Therapy. The other person accepted fault. Who’s paying for me?

first date with online dating site Well, that depends on where you live, which you didn’t say. If you live in a tort jurisdiction, such as New York or California, the at-fault vehicle owner and their insurer will cover those expenses. But if you live in a no-fault zone such as Florida, Ontario or Michigan, your policy will cover you. And […]

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