In Texas, there are certain insurance policies that all drivers are required to carry. These minimum coverages, though, are not always adequate and don’t do everything to protect you when dealing with an auto accident claim.
Knowing what the minimum insurance coverages are and how they work can help you understand what you need to move forward, as well as to understand what other coverage you may want to consider to protect yourself in the event of a collision.
The minimum insurance required is liability for both bodily injury and property damage. The limits must include at least $30,000 for bodily injury per person in the crash, $60,000 bodily injury for the entire accident, and $25,000 for property damage.
Liability coverage is designed to protect you should you be the one who causes the accident. However, the minimum is not always enough, especially if you are the victim of the car accident and the negligent party’s policy does not cover the entirety of your expenses.
Car insurance in Texas can also include comprehensive, collision, underinsured, and uninsured coverage.
The expenses associated with serious injuries caused by an auto accident make it so the minimum limits are hardly enough to cover the entirety of your medical and property damage expenses. As such, it is recommended that most drivers carry more than the minimum required coverage.
At the Daspit Law Firm, we know how to handle cases in which one party doesn’t have adequate insurance or when the insurance company acts in bad faith. Our Houston car accident lawyers are here to help you every step of the way.
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