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Every year, more cars and drivers are on the roads. As this number goes up, the possibility of accidents also goes up. Automobile insurance can be the difference between a minor setback and a large trial. How can you decide what insurance you require and how to buy it? Car crashes can result in a variety of different expenses, which can all be paid for based on the insurance policy you own. Electing to drive without owning insurance could cause you to repair or replace a stolen or damaged vehicle and pay the cost of all the damage that you may have caused. Liability: This kind of insurance will pay for the damage that you are responsible for. These damages might include bodily injury, and property damage. It also covers your legal fees if you are sued. Recommended, more comprehensive levels of insurance are available that cover more than the stripped-down, state-mandated varieties. Personal Injury Protection: Personal injury protection pays for hospital bills and other medical treatment for you and your passengers, regardless of who was responsible for the accident. It is mandated in some states and optional in others. This insurance can also pay for lost wages, replacement of services and funeral costs. Local law usually sets minimum amounts. Medical Payments: Medical payment coverage is available in states that are not considered no-fault and will pay regardless of who is responsible for an accident. If this policy is purchased, the insured person will receive payment for reasonable medical and funeral costs. Collision: Pays for damages to your car caused by an accident. Comprehensive: Cover your car from damages from other sources when you buy this type of coverage. This can include protection from theft, vandalism, and weather damage. Uninsured Motorist: Many drivers are breaking the law by driving without owning the proper amount of auto insurance. This type of coverage will cover you if you are in an accident with one of these irresponsible drivers. Under-Insured Motorist: Pays for collision expenses when an insured person is injured in an accident caused by another person who does not have enough liability insurance to pay for the full amount of the damages. Other policies, like emergency road service, are also available. State Farm Agent Clermont