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In Reply to: Re: deductible waived...? posted by Bob on September 04, 1998 at 19:18:56:
The insurance contract has wording to only pay after the deductible amount.
Let's say your car was hit by a hit and run driver. You may not be at fault
at all, but still would have to pay the deductible. Who is or is not at fault
does not seem to be the reason a deductible is waived. Also, fault or non-fault
are not criterions for
collision claim payments, at least as far as I can tell from policy wording.
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