FAQ

Insurance is a mechanism for protecting people against losses, damage, injuries, and costs associated with unforeseen events. ... Both businesses and individuals buy insurance to protect themselves against the uncertainties that cause financial as well as personal loss.

Basically, if you are using your car for work or earning a wage, besides commuting to your workplace, your vehicle is classified as commercial. The coverage for commercial policies usually cover the same types of things you get with a personal insurance policy. However, they often have higher limits.

  1. Call your agent, whether you are at fault or not.
  2. Follow the directions your agent gives you to provide all documentation related to the accident and file your claim.
  3. You may need a police report.
  4. Keep copies of all your documentation and bills related to the accident. ...
  5. Find out from your agent:

Generally, the only time a claim cannot be withdrawn is when the insured is the party at fault in an accident. When you file a claim with your auto insurance company, you may later decide doing so wasnt a good idea. In most cases, you can ask your insurance carrier to withdraw the claim.

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