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Posted in Accidents, Automobile insurance, Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents on Fri March 24, 2017
In previous blog posts we discussed the different types of automobile insurance available in North Carolina.
The coverages below may be purchased in addition to your basic automobile coverage. You will be charged an additional premium for electing these options.
Automobile Death Indemnity, Specific Disability and Total Disability Benefits Coverage
This endorsement will provide a benefit for death, dismemberment, specific disability and total disability resulting from an automobile accident.
Miscellaneous Type Vehicle Endorsement
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Posted in Accidents, Automobile insurance, Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal injury on Fri March 17, 2017
First, you need to understand the difference in these two types of coverages. Uninsured coverage (abbreviated as UM on your declarations page) is for situations where the person who caused the accident did not have insurance at the time of the accident (even though to not have insurance is against the law). It is required in all automobile insurance policies and covers personal injuries and property damage you might sustain due to another person’s negligence in causing the wreck.
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Posted in Automobile insurance, Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal injury on Fri March 10, 2017
When your car is damaged in an accident, it is possible that the person who caused the accident may not have enough coverage to repair or replace your vehicle. If you have optional collision coverage in your own automobile insurance policy, it can be used to help pay for this damage. Using your collision coverage will not increase your insurance premium unless you were at fault.
Also, sometimes when you are involved in an accident the other insurance may move slowly in paying for your car.
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Posted in Automobile insurance, Insurance, Insurance Claim, Insurance Policy on Fri March 3, 2017
Medical Payments Coverage (Medpay) is included in most automobile insurance policies but few people even know it is there or what it is. Medpay is an optional coverage, but because it is so expensive, most insurance agents automatically include it with your insurance premium.
What is Medpay?
Medpay is similar to a small health insurance policy. Generally, the limits are between $500 and $5,000 and the premium for Medpay is only a few dollars more. The purpose of Medpay is to reimburse you for any medical expenses you incur as a result of being injured by someone else in an automobile accident.
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Posted in Accidents, Automobile insurance, Injuries, Insurance, Insurance Policy on Fri February 24, 2017
Last time we discussed liability limits for your automobile insurance coverage and the danger of not having enough coverage. In Part II we are going to discuss other ways to protect your assets in addition to increasing your automobile insurance limits.
Insurance, Liability & Personal Property
First, you should be sure that your car is only titled in one name. Often couples think they should have both names on everything they own, such as a house or car.
Continue reading What type of automobile insurance should I have in NC? (Part II)
Posted in Accidents, Insurance on Fri February 17, 2017
Most of us just pay our automobile insurance premium without completely understanding what coverage we have and what coverage we should have. In this and the upcoming series of blogs we want to give you a brief explanation of the various options you have and recommendations for coverage.
Personal Injury & Insurance
Liability insurance is required by state law and in North Carolina the minimum limit is $30,000 for personal injuries per person with $60,000 of maximum coverage per accident.
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