March 31, 2017

Back Into Parking Spaces

Let my eight years’ experience investigating the cause of car accidents assure you that backing into parking spaces or pulling through so you are parked front-end-out is the way to go. Videos at the bottom of this page demonstrate both parking techniques. Backing up is always dangerous. I avoid it when I can. If I […]

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Other Driver Accepted Liability But Now They Deny It

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Ask an Adjuster Your Insurance Questions

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Ask an Adjuster Your Insurance QuestionsClaim your damage against your own insurance and let them subrogate against the other driver. Read on to see what that means. A reader writes: “A motor bike has crashed into me causing a lot of damage to my car. […]

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Third Party Insurance: Is an Uninsured Driver Covered in an Accident?

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Ask an Adjuster Your Insurance Questions

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Ask an Adjuster Your Insurance QuestionsAn uninsured driver can be covered by third party insurance when an insured driver is at fault for a car accident. Third party insurance can also cover an uninsured driver when a car has defects not caused by a lack […]

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How much is car insurance?

Car insurance can be as cheap as $25 per month or as expensive as $2,000 per month. The price of auto insurance depends on many factors. In 26 states, this includes your credit score. [1]  Some of these factors sound like they aren’t the insurance company’s business. However, The National Association of Insurance Commissioners allows […]

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A high risk driver in the US can get car insurance through any insurance company or agent.

Because all US states make you have auto insurance or its equivalent, all US states help high risk drivers get car insurance. [1] States have various names for their programs, but they all involve assigning the high risk driver to an insurance company. Therefore, insurance professionals call this process “assigned risk.” How To Apply Ask […]

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