How does an auto insurance policy protect me? | Personal Injury Law | Nelson Boyd | Seattle


Well there are lots of different ways in which it can protect you and there are actually at least two policies that matter. So if you’re injured as a result of
someone else crashing their car into you, their policy matters because you look at
the liability insurance – how much insurance did they buy to
protect other people that they harm? That’s the first kind of insurance. The second type of insurance is what kind you bought. So did you buy PIP insurance which pays
your medical bills? And did you buy UIM insurance which pays in the event the person who hit you had no insurance or didn’t have enough? It’s underinsured motorist or uninsured
motorist and personal injury protection. So really it’s sort of a long
answer to a short question but it matters how you protect yourself as well
as how others protect you. –

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