Notarized Statement Of No Insurance. To find a Notary in your. All they do is verify who signed a document and when.
The document should also have the notary publics signature and seal. I understand that any person who knowingly files a statement of claim containing any false or misleading information is. Nor will your notary alert you to any problems you may be signing up for.
An affidavit of no insurance is a written statement made by a person verifying that he does not have liability insurance covering a claim or lawsuit filed against him for injuries or property damage.
If you have made a claim through your insurance company you may be asked to fill out a sworn statement in proof of loss. All you have to do is write a letter with the information on it and bring it to the Notary with your ID and sign it in front of himher and they will sign and stamp it. The document should also have the notary publics signature and seal. To the best of my knowledge I am not otherwise entitled to New Jersey Automobile No-Fault benefits for this accident.