February, 2017 | Allen, Flatt, Ballidis & Leslie Blog Archive
While everyone driving in California is required by law to carry insurance, there are many drivers on the road who do not comply with the law. This is where your Uninsured Motorist Coverage comes into effect.
If you are injured in an accident caused by another driver who does not have insurance your medical expenses, loss of earnings and pain and suffering can be paid to you by your insurance company under your Uninsured Motorist coverage. This type of coverage will also apply to any passengers in your vehicle, but people often don’t purchase it and may come to regret it when they are injured by an uninsured motorist.
Many people use the Internet to purchase automobile insurance, but often they don’t really understand what they are buying and are just basically price-shopping. Others rely on their insurance agent to suggest the appropriate limits to carry but a careful and detailed review of your policy may save you dollars or–for not much more money–may give you a lot more protection.
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