Example: You cause an accident with another driver who has three passengers in her car. If you have liability insurance, you are covered against any bodily injury claims filed by the driver or her three passengers up to the limits of your policy. So if your per person bodily injury limit is $25,000 and your per accident bodily injury limit is $50,000, your policy will pay at most $25,000 to cover the bodily injury claims of any one of the four people in the struck vehicle but only up to $50,000 in total for all bodily injury claims resulting from the accident.
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