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List the steps to take when filing a typical insurance claim?
Step number 1 - call the insurance company.Step number 2 - follow their directions- each insurance company will be different and what they want you to do will be different depending on the type of claim and the circumstances.Source(s):Independent Agent

Thinking about changing to TD for auto insurance?
Those rules apply when you are canceled for cause. As it says, they don't count it when you cancel it yourself. But sign up with them, make sure your policy is in force, and only then cancel your other policy. Yes, $50 a month is a good reason to change.

Can I pay a AAA Auto Insurance bill online?
If you are insured with CSAA (Northern California) you can pay online. Log onto csaa.com and log in to your account. On the right side of the screen is a link that says "make an insurance payment) and go from there.If you are insured with Auto Club of Southern California, I have no idea but...

Is it necessary to hold on to old auto insurance bills?
I recently changed to AAA. If no claim pending it is not necessary to keep the old bills. But keep policy number for a couple months for refernece if need be.I now use the plastic shoe boxes to weed out things then go through boxes and thin more later. I label...

Can I ask the insurance company to cover storage fees?
You can ask.And they can say "no".You have a duty to mitigate your damage. That means, to keep your damages from getting worse.The storage fees accrued because YOU left the country for 2 months and did not contact the insurance company. YOU failed to meet your duty to mitigate your damage...