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Car accident insurance laws in Connecticut

On Behalf of | Nov 14, 2014 | Car Accidents

Car accidents can happen for a variety of reasons. Many car accidents may be caused by improper road maintenance. In some cases, one of the drivers may be found guilty of violating traffic laws such as speeding, illegally shifting lanes, driving while intoxicated or driving while texting. For those reasons, car owners must make sure that they buy the proper insurance for their cars.

An uninsured car owner may face major legal, as well as financial, problems if that person causes an accident for any reason. However, a driver can buy additional insurance to cover various situations. However, it is an unfortunate fact than many car owners may be underinsured all over the United States.

Underinsurance is defined as insurance that, although minimal, does not cover the needs of the insured person under certain circumstances. In most cases, such insurance may be limited to only those car accidents that are the fault of the driver.

Liability insurance is available for the car owner. This insurance covers all car collisions that may be caused by the insured person or anyone else who is authorized to drive the car. Not having the proper insurance for the vehicle is extremely dangerous. Car owners are required to keep their cars insured in order to meet all kinds of contingencies.

A car owner can be insured for any injuries suffered by the occupants of the car and for other people who may have been injured. A driver who is in such as situation may wish to consider seeking professional help in order to learn which insurance programs may suit the person the best.

Source: Connecticut Insurance Department, “Automobile coverage information,” Accessed on Nov. 3, 2014



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