When it comes to accident insurance claims, your claim may be covered by the same policies you purchase.
But what if the claim you file with your insurer is rejected?
How much does your policy cost?
How can you avoid that?
For some, that can be a frustrating experience.
Here are 10 questions to help you decide whether or not you should pay your deductible.
If you buy an accident policy, what happens to your policy after it is cancelled?
If you have an accident in Canada, how much can you recover?
If you have a collision, is it covered under your policy?
Are you able to claim your collision coverage from your insurance company?
If your collision insurance claim is rejected, can you keep your claim?
Can you cancel your collision policy, but still be covered?
If it’s a collision with no injuries or property damage, is there a way to keep your policy intact and claim your deductible?
What is your best option if you have to pay a deductible for an accident?
If the claim is for an injury or property damages, can it still be cancelled?