Consider the following: You are at fault for a crash that injured three people in another car. Your bodily injury liability limit per person is $50,000 and your bodily injury limit per accident is $100,000. If Person 1's medical bills total $40,000, Person 2's cost $30,000 and Person 3's cost $25,000, you're likely covered. Each person's bills were under $50,000 (your bodily injury limit per person), and the total cost of injuries is $95,000, which is lower than your $100,000 bodily injury limit for a single accident.

If you carry only the state-minimum required liability car insurance with the lowest limits and you’re responsible for a bad covered accident, you would have to pay the balance of the claims that exceed your policy limits. It’s smart to select the highest auto insurance liability limits you can comfortably afford so you have adequate coverage if the unthinkable happens.
We know buying an annual car insurance policy in one go doesn’t suit everyone. We offer a range of flexible payment options from an initial deposit to low monthly fees. In fact, MyFirstUK is well known for offering some of the lowest deposits on the market. Whatever your financial position, we will try to work out a payment scheme that works for you.
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The amount your insurer will pay for a covered liability insurance claim depends on the coverage limits you choose. Each state sets minimum coverage limits for bodily injury liability and property damage liability that drivers must purchase, but you may decide to buy additional coverage. You may see three liability coverage limits on your car insurance policy:
Insurers don't determine your actual cash value (ACV) settlement based on what you owe, but rather on what the car is worth just prior to the accident. Let's say you owe $20,000 on your new car, but it's only worth about $16,000. If your car is totaled, you might get a settlement check of $16,000 but still owe an additional $4,000 on your loan or lease.
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