Hi, thank you for your question.
Arbitration is like a private court hearing. Instead of a judge, you have an arbitrator or panel of arbitrators. They listen to both sides and make a decision just like a court would. It is much less formal than court and it also costs much less. The rules of evidence are also much more relaxed, so it is usually more friendly to people without attorneys.
okay ,I my son is not on my policy he dont recide with me and also i release the car to the insurance but now i dont know if i hato pay for towing if they havent remove the car from the towing place
I apologize, but I'm not sure that I understand. Are you asking if you have to pay for towing?
no am asking is the insurance denied my claim and i release the car to them how do i go about it
How do you go about what? I apologize, but I still don't understand.
the policy states that aperson is consider a rated driver if they use the vehicle for 24 hrs consecutive or acumulative and because i said that i allow him to drive on the wked the insurance considers him a driver he has not driven my car for 24 hr acumulative my q is how do i restate wat i said with more detail
I do understand what the policy says, but I still do not understand what the question is. I'm sorry.
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