It depends on your driving record.
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It depends on how much coverage you need, what kind of liability (General Liability? Employer's Liability? Auto Liability? Professional Liability?...) & what deductibles, if any, your claims experience, your work experience, who the insurance company is and the way their coverage forms read, their overall claims experience for companies like yours, and where you are located & operate. Your insurance agent can help you with specific quotes. Please note that in general, insurance is always based on these kinds of factors so it's hard to give a ballpark estimate for ANY kind of insurance.
You'll have to contact your auto insurance agent or provider. An SR22 filing is not a type of insurance. It is an endorsement to your existing Auto Insurance Policy. The cost depends on exactly he same things that any auto Insurance policy depends on, your age, location vehicle type and driving history
It's impossible to say exactly how much you will pay for auto insurance in Los Angeles. In my experience, the annual premium on a policy will run from $750 - $1,500 for one late-model, mid-priced vehicle (purchase price new of $25,000). Since California requires liability insurance, you will have to buy both collision and liability. To compensate you if your car is stolen, you want to buy "comprehensive coverage."
Buying direct auto insurance is different because it is generally cheaper. All of the administrative costs that are added onto a premium by insurance agents are not added into direct auto insurance. Insurance rates differ according to vehicles and driving records. You can look up www.direct-auto-insurance-rates.com to find out what it will cost you.
Even if you do not own a car, you still need insurance protection if you drive one. The auto you borrow, rent, or use may have proper insurance coverage, but you also should protect yourself with personal liability protection. Here is how to get it: Ask for the cost of higher liability coverage based on the assets you own and your projections of future income to be protected. For your protection, consider purchasing as much liability insurance coverage as you can afford Ask the insurance company or agent about your state's minimum liability coverage rules. States differ in the minimum liability insurance coverage they require. Analyze your assets, including home, furniture, art, clothing, computer, electronics, and all other personal assets. Get quotes for liability insurance only. Estimate your future income. This is important because, like life insurance, you want to protect your future income as much as possible. This calculation often results in a larger amount than all of your personal assets. I wish you the best
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