SR22 auto insurance is definitely required to get through an auto accident in, as it is an essential part of paying off the debts of the crash.
Yes. In the state of California, it is required to have accident insurance. In the long run it will save time and money and also give the basic protection in case of an accident.
PIP is Personal Insurance Protection and is required in the state of Florida to people who register a car in Florida. This falls under the No Fault law in Florida.
In the state of Florida, it is not required for people renting real estate to purchase renter's insurance, but the state also does not offer any other type of protection for these renters.
In the state of Florida mope riders are not required to have Personal Injury Protection insurance. However, the state does recommend being well insured.
In the state of Florida, drivers with only a learner's permit must be on their parent's insurance so that in the event that an accident does occur then they are covered.
Insurance companies in the state of Texas are required to offer you PIP insurance, and you can refuse to purchase this. In the state of Texas, you are required to pay any damages you make in an accident so PIP is handy just in case.
Yes, in fact all states require auto insurance.
I can only speak for Florida because that is where I live and it is a no fault State. In Florida it really would make no difference to you if the other driver did not inform his insurance company of an accident. Really, you would only have to file a claim with your own company and contact his insurance company after the accident. I would just make sure you have the other drivers info so that you can contact them about the accident.
In Florida, auto insurance policies differ greatly from other states. The required insurance includes Property Damage Liability, Personal Protection Insurance and Personal Injury Protection. Things such as Collision and Comprehensive coverage are not mandatory in Florida.
In Louisiana, state law requires all drivers to have insurance. To drive, a person must have insurance in case they are in an accident, so the parties involved can be taken care of.
Yes, If you are in an at fault accident for which your state law requires you carry the appropriate coverage and the insurance you bought does not cover it. Then you were in fact uninsured for that accident and you are not in compliance with your state law regarding your financial responsibility.Basically it means that you did not have the minimum coverage required by your state.
Your insurance company will have attorneys appropriately licensed to handle the matter. If you have an accident in North Dakota but you are a resident of Florida, a Florida attorney can request permission to represent you provisionally (if you are on your own with no insurance). You would be responsible for the fee unless the case is one that can be taken on contingency. It depends on what state you reside in. Usually you can get an attorney in your own state to help represent you in another state.
The At-Fault motorist (via their insurance) is liable for damage to property.
If you do not carry the minimunm state insurance coverages, then you must pay the uninsured motor vehicle fee of $500. This is not insurance but it allows you to operate your vehicle on Virginia's highways at your own risk. If you get into an accident, you will have to pay all the fees associated with the accident.
Car insurance is required in Massachussets.
Auto insurance is a state law requirement in PA. You are only required to carry liability insurance.
Liability insurance is the minimum coverage you can get and is required in every state.
Of course you do. Most likely it is required by your state law but even if it is not a state law, you need the coverage in case you have an accident.
You are subject to liability insurance requirements whether or not an accident occurs. An accident has nothing to do with liability requirements. You are required to have liability insurance of at least the minimum required by your state before getting into a vehicle and driving it. Driving is what triggers the law.
No, you are not required to wear a motorcycle helmet in the state of Florida as long as you are 21 years of age and have at least $10,000 in medical insurance coverage.
Drivers in the state of Connecticut are required to carry the minimum limits of auto insurance liability at all times. Those limits are $20,000 maximum bodily injury for one person injured in an accident, $40,000 maximum for all injuries in an accident, $10,000 maximum property damage liability for one accident, and $20,000/$40,000 combined bodily injury maximum for one accident.
No. There are many private insurance companies that offer auto insurance in Florida. Are you asking for free insurance supplied by the State if you aren't working?
The state of Florida requires all drivers to maintain personal injury protection (PIP) and property damage liability (PDL) insurance coverage. Florida PIP coverage, also called Florida No Fault Insurance, pays for damage to your vehicle in the case of an accident, regardless of who is at fault.Understanding Personal Injury Protection in FloridaThe minimum amount of PIP insurance required for drivers in Florida is $10,000. The amount of coverage provided in the case of an accident is determined by the limits of your policy. PIP can also cover additional passengers in your vehicle, including your child, members of your household and other passengers who do not have PIP insurance. If a person riding in your car carries their own PIP insurance policy, their policy is responsible for paying for their injuries. Florida PIP insurance also covers your child if an injury occurs while riding on a school bus. You are also protected if injured while riding as a passenger in another person's vehicle. Florida drivers must maintain continual PIP insurance coverage while owning a motor vehicle in the state.Failing to Maintain Insurance Coverage in FloridaIf you fail to maintain the minimum amount of PIP insurance coverage required in the state of Florida, state law authorizes the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to suspend your driver's license. State law also authorizes the department to suspend your vehicle registration for up to three years or until you obtain the required insurance coverage and provide proof. If your driver's license or vehicle registration is suspended, you must pay a fee of $150 to $500. To avoid a driver's suspension in the state of Florida, you must voluntarily surrender your vehicle's license plate and registration before canceling your insurance policy.Other Types of Insurance CoverageState law also require Florida motorists to maintain a minimum of $10,000 in property damage liability coverage. This type of coverage pays for the damage you cause to another person's property, in the case of an accident. Another type of insurance coverage includes bodily injury liability insurance (BIL), which pays for serious injury or death of another person when you are found at fault. If the injured party sues you in a court of law, BIL can also provide you with legal representation.
if you are talking about auto insurance (I have to ask since your question is in two different categories) then the minimum required insurance levels for Texas are:Bodily Injury per Person: $20,000Bodily Injury per Accident: $40,000Property Damage: $15,000
Several companies offer car insurance in Florida. Some of the more well known companies are All State Insurance, State farm Insurance and Liberty Mutual Insurance.