- Free Consultations / No Fees Until We Win
- (213) 927-3700
Personal Injury Firm
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected billions world-wide. WHO has declared coronavirus as a pandemic, thus spreading fear across the globe. People are unable to normally go out and do their daily tasks without the worry of contracting this virus. Additionally, they have been instructed to avoid going out as much as possible, thus reducing the amount of time spent on driving their vehicle to and from different locations.
Due to this problem, many have raised questions and concerns about their car insurance. Car insurance is used to financially protect your vehicle in case you are involved in a car accident. People must make their premium payments every month to remain protected. However, with COVID-19, it has made it nearly impossible for an individual to take their car out more than once or twice a week unless the drive is for essential purposes only. This is primarily why people are worried about what will happen to their insurance policy due to the fact that they will no longer be able to drive as much as they used to prior to this virus. Many people would like to have their insurance policy decrease the monthly payments until everything resumes back to normal.
It would be ideal for an individual to reach out to their car insurance company to negotiate a reasonable monthly payment plan. There are different methods of reaching out to your car insurance company. It could be through a phone call, email, or online chat.
Many insurance companies have reacted to the virus by providing their customers with:
As previously stated before, to get an idea on what your insurance company is doing, it would be highly recommended for you to reach out to them. If they are offering services that do not help you during this time, you should try to come to a compromise that will make it a fair process for you to pay your car insurance company.
At West Coast Trial Lawyers, we would like to wish everyone a safe self-isolation. During this difficult time, we must focus on doing what is best for the world to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. Here are some safety tips you should consider while you are under self-isolation or quarantine:
To those who have already been affected by this virus, we are sending you our well wishes and a speedy recovery.