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Re: Rental expenses reimbursement


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Posted by Michele on April 25, 2002 at 19:09:18:

In Reply to: Rental expenses reimbursement posted by Nick on April 02, 2002 at 09:46:41:

: My 1997 Taurus was damaged in the accident and I had
: to rent the very same car while mine was repaired.
: I was found at no-fault in this accident. Should my
: rental expenses be reimbursed by the other man's
: insurance company if I've no rental reimbursement
: coverage in my own policy? And, if yes, what should
: I do to get it?

: Thank you,

: Nick

Yes, the other insurance company is responsible for you rental for the downtime of the vehicle (while it is being repaired). Each insurance agency handles it differently, so best bet is to call that company and find out what you need to do to get reimbursed. Many companies do not offer a rental to you, unless you ask for it. But they are required to put you in a comparable vehicle (same size) while your car is being repaired. Most do not cover gas, mileage or extra insurance.

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