Myth of the Week: No Police Report
This week, our myth of the week video covers whether or not you’re able to file an insurance claim if there was no police report filed after your car accident.
Even if there was no police report filed after your car accident, you are still able to file a damage or comprehensive claim within one year of the accident and you have up to two years to file an injury claim.
Watch our myth of the week video at InsuranceMyths.ca to learn more!
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