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Things to Remember… Driving without auto insurance is against the law in 49 of the 50 states Not having auto insurance is a civil offense, not a criminal offense Driving without insurance can result in criminal charges depending on the circumstances …→ Read More
Here’s what you need to know… Bad faith is a scenario in which one party does not uphold the contract, thus “injuring” the other party When you make an auto insurance claim against your policy the company has a fiduciary responsibility to …→ Read More
Things to Remember… If you move to a different state, then the insurance company can refuse to honor your insurance contract because you essentially lied on your policy Auto Insurance rates vary from state to state If you are a resident of two states …→ Read More
Things to Remember… Driving under the influence and driving while intoxicated are both considered high-risk activities by all auto insurance companies If you have a DUI or DWI, that substantially increases the risk of causing physical harm or fatalit …→ Read More
Things to Remember… The first state to offer auto liability insurance was Connecticut, in 1925 Until 1957, Massachusetts remained the only state that required auto insurance by law Because of this mandatory requirement, almost all drivers in nearly a …→ Read More