Insurance Coverage Isn’t Just Smart - It’s Mandatory No one anticipates a car accident. It can be the most frightening and stressful time in your entire life, and without the proper insurance coverage, you’ll be adrift in a sea of legal woes as well.If you get behind the wheel without insurance, you’re in for a swarm of trouble here in the Beehive State. You could face fines, lose your license, or even end up behind bars. Liability insurance is legally required in 44 of the 50 states. (Arizona, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Texas, and Virginia have some exceptions to the
Even the most cautious and attentive drivers can find themselves in a car accident situation. In Utah alone, there were over 62,000 car accidents in 2016. That is why it is better to be prepared and know what to do ahead of time if the unfortunate should occur. So what do you do after a car accident?
1. Check for Injuries
The first thing to be done after a collision of any kind is to check for injuries. If it is a minor car accident and you are able to check yourself over first. Are you bleeding? Can you move your limbs without pain? Are you having trouble breathing? Once you’ve established your injury level check on any passengers that are in the vehicle with you. If you are able to exit the v
With so much for new drivers to concentrate on, wouldn’t it be nice to have a safe driving checklist for teens? I mean, how exciting is it now that your teen can drive? No more mom taxi anymore! Oh, wait, but it can also be terrifying to think of your new teenage driver out on the roads, too. Thousands of ‘what ifs’ flood your mind... You might immediately think of your teen’s safety and of other people involved. Shortly thereafter, your next thoughts could be of potential vehicle damage or auto insurance coverage. To help you out, we’ve compiled a Safe Driving Checklist for Teens so you’ll have something to reference in this potentially exciting, yet stressful
Am I Covered For Acts of God In My Insurance Policy?
We’ve all seen the comedy sketches where something really bad happens to someone like a giant tree falling through the roof during a storm, destroying their home, only for the insurance agent to say, “Sorry, your policy excludes coverage for ‘acts of God…’” This scenario could happen to any of us in reality, but that’s exactly what insurance should cover! Let’s examine what’s really going on regarding the ambiguities of these so-called ‘acts of God’ circumstances. We'll dispel some of the myths surrounding Acts of God exclusions and get you informed.