All states, including Texas, mandate that drivers must have a minimum amount of car insurance in place before getting behind the wheel. However, you might want to consider increasing your coverage to ensure you’re fully protected against many different incidents, such as those unrelated to a collision. U.S. News & World Report explains the different types of auto insurance and how they can protect you.
If you have been involved in a car accident, chances are you have already begun to experience the barrage of emotions that comes with healing from your injuries, getting repairs to your vehicle and dealing with your insurance company. At The Bryant Law Firm, we have helped many Texas car accident victims to work through the legal process of getting help from their insurance company.
If and when you are in an accident in your own car in Conroe, you may rest easy knowing that your insurance will cover at least a portion of your expenses. It has been our experience here at The Bryant Law Firm that people worry most when they are in accidents while traveling as passengers of others. The recent rise in the popularity of ride-share services makes it easier to get to where you need to go without having rely solely on a personal vehicle. Yet what sort of insurance coverage can you expect if you are involved in an accident with a ride-share vehicle?
If you have ever been in an accident in Texas, you may have witnessed or even been a part of the negotiations between the insurance company and the repair shop. Depending on your insurer and your policy, the process may already be spelled out to some extent, including what type of parts can be used and whether you must choose from a pre-approved list of repair shops.
Even with state laws that require drivers to pay for damage they cause from an accident, countless Texans are without insurance coverage. While many push vehicle insurance to the back-burner, having coverage can make all the difference in the case of a wreck. Below are some of the basic facts consumers can review when it comes to having insurance on the road.
Having car insurance does not always seem worth the expensive monthly payments, but it can save the day in times of need. This is especially true for those involved in accidents on the road; however, not all drivers can afford expensive bills, turning to uninsured driving. What can Texas drivers expect if they become involved in an accident without insurance?