Car Insurance DayPosted on: February 1, 2020
- A Customized Vehicle. When you purchase insurance on a vehicle, generally, you are purchasing an insurance policy on the vehicle you own at the time. If you upgrade that vehicle or customize it afterwards, without the consent of your insurance company, even though it is your property and your right, the coverage and the policy you had no longer applies in the same way. Making those changes with consent means upgrading the insurance on a vehicle you have invested.
- Failure to Pay Premiums. If an insurance customer struggles to pay regular payments to the insurance company, that company may argue that it is not their responsibility to pay out compensation for a customer who hasn’t paid out their dues.
- Beyond the Limits. Whatever your policy is designed to protect, up to a certain point of reimbursement, the insurance company is only likely to honor that amount, even though there can be other aspects of a policy that may be lesser known options for accident compensation, especially if the damages and/or the injuries are exceedingly weighing down you and your family.
Purchasing car insurance just means making sure you, your passengers, and your property are protected during a worse-case-scenario. As your attorney, we can help find solutions or seek out compensation if one of these or another rationale is given for denial of your claim.