Car Insurance - Damage to vehicle (hit and run)
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Your policy and the documents you have that explain that policy contain all the provisions under which you may make a claim, and each claim carries its own burden of proof. If your vehicle was damaged by an unknown person (for example in a parking lot or by someone who fled the scene of the accident), you should still be covered. Bear in mind that if the estimated cost to repair the vehicle is less than your deductible amount, it is best not to make the claim through your insurer at all.
When your insurer disputes a claim you have made on your policy, or offers a settlement below what you expected, it can be very difficult to settle this dispute. If you need any assistance with this matter, we recommend that you start a case right here with Resolver, asking your insurer for corrected documents.
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