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Question about Auto Claim Investigation

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  • HImomHImom 36051 replies396 threads Senior Member
    edited July 2019
    We had some hassles with this when S was away at college but home for the summer. He drove my car and hit a motorcycle. Fortunately no one was hurt but cycle was totaled. Our insurer had said there was no need to have S on the policy (and our agent wouldn’t add him even after I informed him that S had obtained license), but after the accident insurer gave me grief because S wasn’t on policy, but ultimately paid.

    I switched policies when renewal time came around. I got our independent insurance agent to get me a carrier who would work with me/us. It’s a local company and we’ve been very happy with them. The premiums were lower than former insurer as well.
    edited July 2019
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