Car Insurance May Not Protect Your Personal Assets

by | Oct 2, 2019

It’s important to stop and look at your car insurance policy every once in a while—not only to check that you’re still getting the best rates, but because you want to ensure that you still have adequate coverage.

Unfortunately, too many Floridians fail to do this simple task and the results can be devastating! If you’ve been injured in a car crash and your medical bills are higher than the applicable auto insurance policy limits, creditors can come after your personal assets.

Paul Labiner, attorney at Personal Injury & Accident Law Center, discusses the issues with car insurance coverage and how to avoid having an insurance company come after your personal assets.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, call the Personal Injury & Accident Law Center today at (561)372-3800 or submit the confidential case evaluation form to speak to a team member about your case.

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