Liability Insurance is what protects you from losing everything if you’re sued for causing an accident. It pays the costs of anyone and anything else involved and protects your assets if you’re sued.
It’s extremely important to have the correct amount of liability insurance to cover the value of your assets and the combined value of your total savings and property. In Florida, drivers are not legally required to carry liability insurance.
Since everyone’s situation is different, it’s imperative that you do business with a reputable insurance company and are serviced by a reputable agent. Be wary of generic liability coverage recommendations: the more you own, the more liability insurance you should have.
Liability limits are shown as three numbers, referring to the most your insurer will pay for an accident you cause. For instance, 100/300/50 liability limits cover up to:
Your insurance professional should also explain other coverage available for you to purchase, such as Personal injury protection insurance (PIP), medical payments coverage (MedPay), uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage and umbrella policies.
If you need a car accident lawyer, contact the Law Offices of Gloria Seidule at 772-287-1220 or visit GloriaLaw.com to schedule your free consultation.