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Do you have adequate automobile insurance coverage?

by Jonathan Jilek on Jan. 04, 2012

Accident & Injury Car Accident Accident & Injury Accident & Injury  Personal Injury 

Summary: It is critical for people to understand their automobile insurance coverage. Having inadeuate insurance after a collision is "too little, too late."

DO YOU HAVE ADEQUATE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE?

It is a new year, which is a perfect time to review your insurance policies to make sure you and your family are adequately protected.  Don’t learn after the fact that your policy does not adequately protect your interests.  The first step is to review your policy.  You should obtain your declaration page of your insurance policy.  This page will offer a synopsis of the types and amounts of coverage available.  You should make sure that you have adequate liability coverage depending on your financial situation.  Liability coverage protects you if you injure someone else.  High net worth individuals need higher coverage.  Contact www.koningjilek.com if you have questions about your coverage

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