All drivers are required by law to carry an auto liability insurance policy. A liability policy is the most basic kind of auto insurance on the market, providing a level of protection for vehicular accidents in which the policyholder is liable for injury or damage. If you are involved in a vehicular collision for which you are at fault, your liability car insurance will cover any medical bills or property damage for the other driver(s) resulting from the accident. Liability insurance policies are typically cheaper than more comprehensive policies, so keep in mind that this type of insurance will not cover your own injuries and expenses - only those of the other parties. Each state requires a different minimum level of liability insurance for its drivers. Since accidents are often much more expensive than the minimum liability coverage, Acceptance offers a range of affordable insurance options for additional liability protection so you can be sure you're covered in any unexpected situation.
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.
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