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Liability Coverage Required by Law
Driver’s auto liability insurance is required by law in 48 states. Your state sets minimum coverage limits that you are required to buy. If you cause an accident, your coverage helps pay for the other party’s medical bills, property damage, and legal fees if you’re taken to court over the accident.
Increasing your coverage beyond your state’s minimum limit is advisable, or you could end up paying out-of-pocket for medical expenses for injuries you cause to another that exceed your coverage limits.
What is Collision Coverage?
Collision insurance is coverage that helps pay to repair the damage or replace your car if it’s accidently damaged or totaled in an accident with another vehicle or object, such as a fence or a tree.
If your car is paid off, collision coverage is optional on your car insurance policy.
What Is Comprehensive Coverage?
Comprehensive coverage typically covers your vehicle from fire damage, vandalism or damage from an incident that’s not a collision – such as windshield cracks or dents caused by falling objects, like a tree or hail.
Comprehensive insurance helps pay to replace or repair your vehicle.
What is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?
Uninsured motorist coverage covers the costs for your bodily injuries — up to your policy limit – when they are caused by an at-fault driver without any auto insurance.
Under-insured motorist coverage picks up the costs of your injuries when an at-fault driver has some insurance, but not enough to cover your all of your damage or medical expenses.
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