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What to Do When Car Accident Claims Exceed Insurance Policy Limits?

Car accidents are stressful events, and when the resulting damages exceed your insurance policy limits, it can be even more overwhelming. In this blog, we’ll discuss what to do when car accident claims exceed your insurance policy limits and how you can protect yourself financially. What Happens If You Cause More Damage than Your Insurance Covers? You could be held

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Auto Insurance for Hitting an Animal

Accidents can occur in countless ways, and one common incident many drivers encounter is hitting an animal. Collisions with animals pose a significant risk to both the driver and the animal and can result in substantial damage to the vehicle. Understanding how auto insurance covers such incidents is crucial to ensure you are adequately protected and can confidently navigate such

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Unveiling Auto Insurance Coverage: Sunroof Leaks, Floods, and Storm Damage

Auto insurance is essential for vehicle owners. It protects against potential financial risks in case of accidents. However, when it comes to water-related damages such as leaks, floods, and storm damage, many policyholders are often uncertain about the coverage provided by the insurance policies. This post will discuss auto insurance coverage for water-related damages, explore the extent of coverage provided

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Auto Insurance Coverage for My Car Damaged in a Hit-and-Run

A hit-and-run occurs when after a collision the at-fault driver flees the scene without stopping to check for injuries or damage they may have caused or sharing personal information such as their contact number and insurance details with the other motorists. Hit-and-runs happen frequently, so you should know whether your car insurance will provide the necessary coverage if you are

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When to Exclude Your Son or Daughter from Your Car Insurance

There are many details to know about car insurance, particularly regarding children who use your vehicles while they learn to drive. Once a child gets their first vehicle in their own name, it’s time to consider taking them off your auto insurance policy. However, it’s not a simple matter, as you will need to meet certain conditions set by your

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