I was in a accident it was the other person's fault because they ran the redlight.My insurance says my car is a total loss.Most of what money I will get from my insurance will have to be used to pay off what I still owe on my car.I will end up losing two weeks from work because I don't have a way of getting to work
I got into a motorcycle accident when I did not have insurance . I dented a panel of very isolated body in an old Volkswagen Golf (90) . Now they want me to pay more than 2k for damages ! I know it should not cost over 1k , what should I do ? The panel was above the left rear wheel between the door and trunk.
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I was in a car accident . The other car was at fault , it is State Farm . They asked if I would go to a service center or prefer to go to a repair center of my choice . I decided to go to a repair facility of my choice and a claims adjuster would come watch me drive . Is the statement setting write the check to you or to the repair center .
my parents told me that when I get my liscense , State Farm is gong to charge an extra $ 200 to your account for more than two drivers in the house . Is that true ? ( Because what if you do not want the insurance )
My wife backed into and scraped our car against a basketball post. We've got some scrapes on the rear bumper and rear left quarter panel. I got two estimates from one place. It would be $450 to buff the quarter panel (leaving a couple deeper scratches) and repair / paint the bumper. Or $1000 to repaint the quarter panel (new pinstripe) and do the bumper. The car has a couple of scratches elsewhere, so it is not perfect. It is 6 years old. Two part question: Should I call State Farm? I have a $250 deductable. Not sure how making a claim would affect my rates. It would save money at least initially. Should I go for the full $1000 repair? I'm thinking that if we go the insurance route I'd get the full repair. I'm not sure how the increase in rates is calculated anyway.
I am a little taken back by my SF agent the other day - I called to report that a heavy item had toppled over in my garage putting a decent little dent in my vehicle. This, the agent agreed, was Comprehensive, which I have $100 deductible for. I got an estimate and not surprisingly with body shop costs nowdays, the total repair cost is going to be about $600. (that is a whole nother story the outrageous over-pricing of replacement body parts and labor to fix cars, a real scam) - Now, I have had State Farm since I was 16 years old, I am almost 50 yrs old now - I stayed with them (same agent/office even !!) through my parents who had them since 1940 !! I have not had any claims for damages to my vehicles other than a chip in windshield once. So I report this dent to my agent yesterday - and the response was "Well, you know, if its over $100 to fix, there's a good chance your annual premium will increase !!" I was SO MAD. I said "what about my 34 years with you and no claims? other companies like allstate and many others now have "accident forgiveness" if you've had no claims in xx years, other companies are doing refunds for not having accident claims. I said "Doesn't state farm have ANY of these policies too?" WHY would you increase my policy costs for one darn claim under Comprehensive in all these years. He then stuttered and said, "well, well, it might, or it might not, we don't know until corporate does its annual updates and policy reviews". As if "he" has no control over it. Is this agent totally bullshitting me here people? I am really PO'd. Talk about NO customer nicety, loyalty, or consideration. Not even trying to be "helpful" with a claim. Just "scare tactics" to disuade me from filing a claim at all !!! What the heck is going on here? Can some other agents explain? I was told by several people in the insurance business that my claim under Comprehensive would NOT cause an increase in my policy rate. HELP !! (thanks to agents, state farm especially) who can answer my questions/concerns.
State Farm is charging customers a rate different from the rate that occurs when the customer accepts and pays insurance . For example, if a person pays 1,200 for auto insurance for six months , State Farm claims ( and does) charge a higher rate from the time the contract starts - without the knowledge of the customer unhappy . Can it really be legal?
I hit the rear bumper of a parked SUV . I damaged my car , the accident was primarily the result of a power steering belt too loose . I have a few tickets on my record , but most of them are old and in New York are deleted from your record after a while ( I have only one speeding ticket the rest were minor parking ) . I've never been in an accident as the driver. Im wondering if I should go or not through supplements , the estimation of the person who gave me bumper ( has a gouge pretty bad at it) was 600 . If I put a claim , will my insurance go up
What kind of problems are there if you have two insurance companies ( State Farm / AAA ) will create problems ?
I purchased an item through Amazon.com but it was actually being sold by a separate business , Southwest Wheel Company . This company does not respond to customers trying to contact them AFTER a purchase , so I ended up having to file a complaint With The BBB . Even after I provided my Amazon transaction documentation to the BBB, Southwest Wheel Claimed I was never a customer of theirs and refused to answer the BBB complaint . So , now my only way to Hold This business accountable is to file a small claims suit . Here is my problem: Small claims Have to be filed where the defendant (Southwest Wheel ) lives or in the county where the injury occurred. This is not as obvious as something like a car accident where it is easy to tell where the injury occurred. Since I this was an internet transaction, can I assume That the
Can you claim only credit cards ? Do you have to claim all of them? What priveledges to lose ? Do you lose access to a checking account w / debit card / bank card ?