In an accident, the deductible is the amount by which the claimant’s insurance premiums are paid for the injury or loss.
This is usually the amount of the claim itself.
The deductible is usually different for different insurance companies.
This article will help you calculate your own deductible for a car accident claim.
Determine your deductible for the accident you are considering 2.
Detertain the type of accident that you are going to claim for 3.
Deterve the deductible amount for each deductible you are eligible for for, and then enter it into the box below.
If you are not eligible for any of the deductible items, you may need to determine how much you are liable.
You can find out the deductible by clicking on the box at the bottom of the page, or you can use our calculator.
If the deductible amounts you are entitled to vary, use the drop down menu to find out how much the claims will cost.
This calculator does not include deductible amounts for other types of injuries.
The information is based on a single claim, not on how many claims you might have.
This information is for information only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice.
This tool does not cover the full range of car accident claims.
If there is a deductible for your accident, we recommend contacting your insurance company to determine the appropriate deductible amount.
This includes claims for the cost of repairs and damages.
You may be entitled to reimbursement for the amount you paid out of pocket for your injury or damages, as well as any other expenses you incur as a result of the accident.
You should also contact your insurance agent to find the cost for your claims and the amount to be reimbursed.
Find out more about deductibles and costs for car accidents.
For a list of deductibles, go to the car accident deductible calculator and use the search box at top right to find all the deductible boxes.
If your accident was caused by negligence, you should contact the insurer to find their deductible.
If not, you will need to contact the police and/or insurance company.
For more information, see the car insurance section of this guide.