The purpose of article is to explain the basic elements of a car insurance policy. All too often, we discover that a client’s insurance policy doesn’t adequately cover the injuries they sustain due to someone else’s negligence, especially in car accident cases.
Don’t let this happen to you!
Since we first recorded the video referenced below, Virginia law has changed. We are in the process of updating the video to accurately highlight these beneficial changes.
Using a sample “declarations page,” we walk you through the coverage you should have to protect you and your family fully. We explain what is covered, who is insured, what the terms are, and how coverage is applied.
These are the areas covered in the video:
Stay tuned for our updated video on this subject.
The bottom line is it’s better to have more insurance and not need it than not having enough insurance when you desperately need it.
"$2,000,000.00 Auto Pedestrian Hit by Car / Brain Injury"
"$2,000,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Bus / Broken Foot, Surgery Complications & Partial Choroidal Detachment"
"$2,000,000.00 Wrongful Death Settlement"
"$1,900,000.00 Pedestrian Hit By Truck / Fractured Pelvis & Multiple Surgeries"
"$1,500,000.00 Auto Accident / Wrongful Death"
"$1,200,000.00 Auto Accident / Broken Neck, Punctured Lung"
"$847,500.00 Dangerous Dog Bite / Facial Injury, Scarring"
"$600,000.00 Tractor Trailer Crash / Neck Injury, requiring surgery"
"$595,000.00 (Jury Verdict) Auto Accident / Broken Foot"
"$546,905.00 Auto Accident / Neck injury, Herniated Disc"