Are you covered by a family member?
Answer . \nTypically yes, unless that person was specifically excluded, in writting, from that particular policy. It is important to transfer the title and insurance as qu…ickly as possible to lessen the chance of complications in the event of an accident.. Answer . \nIt entierly depends, some policies are named driver policies & you will not be covered unless you specifically add the new driver to the policy. Be aware tho that the insurance should always match the registration of the vehicle.
When a car owner dies does his auto insurance remain in effect until the expiration date and will it cover family members who drive the car?
Answer . \nIt varies by state. Read the 'Assignment of Benefits' section of your automobile policy and it will provide a specific answer. As a general rule, the executor… of the estate will be able to drive the vehicle when using it for 'estate' business - that is, to and from appointments with the attorney handling the estate, etc. No other drivers would be covered. In most cases, the policy will only cover for a certain period of time after the death of the named insured. Also, if it is a spouse that passes away and the other spouse survives and is listed as a co-insured on the policy, the Assignment of Benefits would not come into play and the policy would just have the spouse that passed away removed. If that is the case, the policy would cover as it would have normally even if the first named insured had not passed away - i.e., anyone with permission to drive the vehicle and is not excluded under the policy would be covered.
Will you be forced to sell deceased mother's house in Maryland left to and where family members are living to cover mothers credit card debt?
Yes, the house will probably have to be sold to pay off the credit card debt if there are no other assets.. The alternative might be for those that live there and are to inhe…rit to take out a mortgage and buy the house from the estate for the amount of the credit card debt and pay off the credit card bills. This would eliminate the credit card companies placing a lien on the house and allow them to get clear title.
If you crash a car borrowed with permission from a family member will their insurance or your insurance cover the damages?
You may need to check with the insurance company. Most companies will cover accidents that happen when a car is borrowed by a licensed driver.
They are people in your family.. Family members are those who are related, such as mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children, grandchildren, grandparents, aunts, uncles, …and others.
Does blue cross blue shield cover counseling for depression depressive bipolar disorder or family counseling for families with members suffering from the above disorders?
Check your policy, or call a counselor and have them check (they'll do it anyway).
It is obvious why the KKK covers their faces. The mere fact that what they represent is, so often, against the law. They cover their faces because they practice hatred, racism…, and to often acts of violence that they simply just don't want to be identified. Lastly, they cover their faces because many times they are, so called, respected citizens attempting to cover their try feelings about what they see as justice or acts of justice, when in fact, they are perpetuating the racism and hatred that this land was built on since the days of the killing of the Native Americans.
If you give a family member who has their own insurance policy permission to drive your car and they get into an accident which policy covers the accident?
the policy that covers the car that is being driven.
depends. if there is children with in the house hold belonging to both parties of the case. if there is someone pregnant by the other party of the case. and if the two parties… co- habitat the same home (live together). having the same last name or blood related does not constitute family when related to the laws, and a&b's.
Your everything apart from what the opposite sex is. So if your a girl you could be; . a daughter . a mother . a sister . a niece . a granddaughter . an auntie w…hereas a boy would be the opposite.
No, That's what you major medical insurance policy is for.
No. That's what your major medical insurance policy is for.
No, Your homeowners insurance policy is specific to the property and liabilities of the named insured(s)
No. Damage done by any household resident is not covered. I assume you are talking about an intentional act by the way the question sounds.
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1 Corinthians 6: verses 2 to 5
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