InsuranceLecturer — Those who suffered an accident involving deer can stay calm longer than they think they can afford to. October, November and December are known to be deer migrating months or mating season for deer.
Therefore, Better Business Bureau and Insurance Information Institute suggest drivers to get to know their own insurances better and read them through again in order to not miss out on reimbursements or other benefits they are entitled to receive if they end up on the road with deer.
Steve Cox, BBC spokesman said: “People on the road spend crazy amounts of money no their automobile insurances, but for some reason it usually happen so that they wait until they need to make a claim after their accident and have no idea what exactly their insurance is supposed to cover“.
Deer collisions is the major problem during the mating season and many people are complaining about it, that is why we find it important for car drivers to ask the representative in charge of their claim about their coverage and deductible they are going to receive, as well as any options that are included, so they get their money’s worth and save themselves from trouble.
A non-profit organization, called the Insurance Information Institute, states that averagely, deer-vehicle collisions cost $2,800 per insurance claim; $10,000 if there is injury to the driver or a passenger. So just think of how important that news was to you.