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Popular Q&A

Is there such a thing as "power of the attorney" to send medical bills to auto insurances?
It depends on who's insurance company you're talking about.If it's a payment request from the CLIENT'S auto insurance carrier, that's fine, and they can do that. But the client (or their attorney) cannot "bill" someone else's insurance. They can only demand money.No doubt part of the agreement...

How would auto insurance company know if I am unemployed?
They don't know if you are employed or not.It's not based on employment - it's based on credit score. Likely, that other person also stopped paying bills.

My car is fully paid for, and I wonder what auto insurance coverage would be the less expensive and good?
liability is the cheapest. Liability plus collision if you suck at driving (you know if you do, if you get in a fender bender or close call once a year then think about it). Full coverage isn't needed anymore. Unless you're worried about an earthquake or someone vandalizing your car

I canceled my auto insurance policy mid month how long wil it take for them to reimburse the prorated premium?
can be up to 30 days, but if you cancelled by request, there may be a penalty-it's called shortrating and yes it's legal- look in the back of your policy jackets, everyone, and you'll see 'may charge any fees in effect at the time of cancellation'

Admiral car insurance payment has not been taken?
This is no problem. Call your Admiral rep and ask them to verify that your payment has been received, and I'll bet it has. And if not, it could just be a glitch or a standard delay in the computer network.I did this stuff for years, and it's not as simple as you'd think. When insurance payments...