Missouri has one of the highest percentages of uninsured motorists in the country. Additionally, the Show-Me State has one of the lowest auto insurance minimum requirements in the country. Therefore, a number of tortfeasors (negligent drivers) may not have enough insurance coverage to provide fair compensation, especially in catastrophic injury cases. That is one reason […]
Your auto insurance policy coverage may be higher than you think, due to the ability to stack multiple insurance policies. In fact, if you’re injured in an accident, and the other driver is at fault and has multiple policies, or the driver has multiple vehicles covered under one policy, stacking may be available. Both Kansas […]
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If another driver on the road hits your car and is at fault, their insurance should cover damage to your vehicle and personal property. If the damage to your vehicle is sever, your vehicle may be deemed a total loss. Because insurance companies have a reasonable period of time to investigate and determine fault, this […]
If you’re injured in a car accident, and you’re not at fault, how do you get your medical costs covered? The answer is a little different, depending on whether you live in Missouri or Kansas. In Kansas, every automobile insurance policy is required to provide personal injury protection benefits, but in Missouri, these medical benefits […]
In some situations, it is difficult or impossible to get the driver who injured you and caused your accident to pay for the damages they caused. The police might not be able to find the driver if they fled the scene of the accident. Sometimes the driver does not have insurance or adequate assets to […]