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3 Coverages You Should Have In Your Florida Auto Insurance

3 Coverages You Should Have in Your Florida Auto Insurance

1. Liability and Injury Coverage

Drivers should have coverage for bodily injury, property damage liability and personal injury protection. In Florida, the state requires a property damage liability of at least $10,000. Without bodily injury insurance, drivers can lose their license due to Florida financial responsibility laws. If they do get into an auto accident that means that they are covered and will be helped by their insurance company. If the accident was not their fault, they can contact an injury lawyer in their area, which they can learn here about and see how they can approach a potential case.

2. Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Often overlooked or rejected, this coverage is necessary when the other driver at fault is determined to have insufficient or no coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage protects not only the driver, but passengers and resident relatives. Even with this coverage, it’s best to call your insurance agent before calling a lawyer.

3. Rental Reimbursement and Roadside Assistance

Many drivers assume their policy covers rental and roadside assistance costs, but this is not always the case. Even with comprehensive and collision coverage, these services are endorsements that must be added to a policy at an additional cost.

Questions about your Florida auto insurance? Call us at 407-965-4253. We’re here to help you find the best coverage to suit your needs.

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