what company would have this policy number ACA011233532
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Insurance Question from Upland, CA
Asked on 05/05/2011
what company would have this policy number ACA011233532 I was in an accident and California Casualty says this isn't one of their policy numbers but it is the number that was provided
Answer given on May 10, 2011
Unfortunately I can’t identify the company by this policy number. However, I would suggest you contact your insurance company and file a claim through your own company. You can give them the policy number that was provided, along with the name and, hopefully, address of the other party. Your insurance company should be able to find out what company was insuring the other driver. Also, if there is a police report, that may have the information on the other insurance company.
When you are involved in an automobile accident, you should ask to see the insurance ID card and do not let the other party read off, or write down the information themselves. You should also confirm the name & driver’s license number of the other party. Finally, the license plate number and information of the car (year, make & model) will be helpful if any other information is incorrect.
As a final idea, you can call the Dept of Insurance to see if they can assist you with the policy number.
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