Personal Injury (59)

Comprehensive insurance is similar to collision insurance, except that comprehensive insurance will pay for damages to your car when you are not at fault. Liability insurance pays for all expenditures, which are related to repairing any other cars involved in the accident. Liability doesn't cover the repair costs of your own vehicle since comprehensive and collision insurance covers those costs.Liability insurance covers you from claims arising from an accident where there is bodily or property damage. There are three types of liability insurance; bodily injury, property damage, and uninsured motorist's coverage. Liability coverage protects you when an accident is your fault. It will pay claims for medical expenses or lost wages. If you've damaged someone's property, you'll need liability insurance for property damage to pay for repairs. In the last instance, you are protected by uninsured or under-insured motorist coverage, which protects against an accident involving an uninsured or underinsured…
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