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How does third-party insurance coverage work?

Third-party insurance coverage in relation to bicycle accidents typically involves the liability coverage provided by the at-fault party’s insurance policy. In the context of cycling accidents, if a cyclist is involved in a collision with a motor vehicle, the driver’s third-party liability insurance may cover the cyclist’s damages, including medical expenses, property damage, and other losses. This coverage is designed to protect the injured party (the cyclist) by compensating them for their losses caused by the negligence or fault of the insured driver. It’s essential for cyclists involved in accidents to gather evidence, such as witness statements and photographs, and report the incident to the driver’s insurance company to initiate the claims process. However, the specific coverage and claim process may vary depending on the insurance policy and jurisdiction.

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