Increase Your Bodily Injury Limits After a Car Accident Settlement
Raise your bodily injury limits.
That’s what you should do after your Carroll County auto accident case settles. Take your settlement check, deposit it, and call your local insurance agent to raise the limits of your insurance policy. If you don’t have a local insurance agent, then Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney Ross W. Albers is happy to make a referral.
Why should you raise your bodily injury limits?
Because, the next time you are injured in a car accident by the negligence of another driver, your injuries may be more serious.
For example, if the negligent party has the minimum bodily injury limits ($30,000.00 in Maryland) and you have the minimum bodily injury limits, but your damages are in excess of $30,000.o0, then all you can recover is $30,000.00. However, if your limits are $100,000.00, then you are covered for any excess damages over the minimum bodily injury limits of the negligent driver.
There are too many drivers in Carroll County that have the minimum $30,000.00 insurance policy. Having the minimum bodily injury limits in order to get a cheaper auto insurance monthly payment is not a valid justification. Unfortunately, too many drivers in Carroll County think this way.
You need to protect yourself, your family and anyone else in your car from the minimum bodily injury limits of other drivers in Maryland.
So, after your Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney hands you your settlement check, immediately get in touch with your insurance agent and raise your bodily injury limits.
Schedule a Free Carroll County Car Accident Lawyer Consultation
The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is located in Westminster, Maryland. Carroll County Auto Accident Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster that knows what you’re up against. If you have been injured by the negligence of another driver, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers to schedule a free Carroll County Car Accident consultation.