Auto accidents happen roughly every second with injuries resulting from those accidents every 14 seconds. Your auto policy is there to protect you and your family when one of these accidents happen. It is designed to cover bodily injuries (yours and others) as well as property damage you might be liable for.
Each state requires auto coverage to operate a motor vehicle on the road. There are also many optional coverage options to make sure you are adequately protected in addition to the state requirements.
- Uninsured / underinsured motorist coverage – for accidents where others are at fault and do not have insurance or have inadequate insurance to cover your damages
- Collision Coverage for protection in the event you collide with another object.
- Comprehensive Coverage for protection against unforeseen accidents.