In Texas, the law requires a driver of a motor vehicle to have a minimal of liability coverage to the tune of $30,000 for a single accident and $60,000 total for multiple drivers. Although this may sound like a lot of money, in many cases, this amount is not enough. Particularly, when we are talking about serious injuries, you can see that many times the injuries can exceed this minimal requirements.
So, how is a driver of a vehicle capable of taking insurance that would substantiate a severe injury an trauma as a result of an accident? Supplemental Insurance This supplemental insurance is in the form of Personal Injury Protections (PIP) or Uninsured Motorist (UM).
In order to protect your family and/or your love ones, a person must think about the risk that is involved in driving and the ability to cover such risk, in the event of an accident. To do this, a person must not rely on others but on oneself. In other words, do not believe that the person driving the car next to you has enough insurance to cover your loss in the event of an accident. Take the appropriate actions to protect your family and your assets.
No, this post is not a promotional for an insurance company, is the advice of a law firm that has been handling auto accidents in San Antonio and Austin for a while.
On the other hand, if you are ever involved in an accident, do not attempt to handle the claim on your own. Insurance companies have adjusters and computer programs to help them minimize your accident and thus you must protect your interest. Personal Injury Attorneys are capable of helping you if you are ever involved in an accident. If you are ever injured as a result of your accident, you definitely need legal representation. Today, let our legal team guide you through the process of handling an auto accident claim. Let our lawyers fight for you!
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