Maryland Auto Insurance Information


Just like most states, Maryland follows a Tort system. This means that someone will held responsible for causing the accident. That person and his auto insurance company will have to cover for the damages inflicted during the accident. The Tort system will be different depending on the state.

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Maine Auto Insurance Information


Just like most states, Maine follows a Tort system. This means that someone will held responsible for causing the accident. That person and his auto insurance company will have to cover for the damages inflicted during the accident. The Tort system will be different depending on the state.

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Massachusetts Auto Insurance Information


State law in Massachusetts require a minimum Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage of $20,000 per person up to a total of $40,000 per accident for any bodily injury caused by the uninsured and/or underinsured driver.

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Michigan Auto Insurance Information


Michigan follows a No-Fault system. This means that regardless of who is found at fault during an accident, your insurance company will cover the injury claims up to a specified amount. Generally, your right to sue under a No-Fault system is lost.

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Minnesota Auto Insurance Information


Minnesota follows a No-Fault system. This means that regardless of who is found at fault during an accident, your insurance company will cover the injury claims up to a specified amount. Generally, your right to sue under a No-Fault system is lost.

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Indiana Car Insurance Information


Just like most states, Indiana follows a Tort system. This means that someone will held responsible for causing the accident. That person and his auto insurance company will have to cover for the damages inflicted during the accident. The Tort system will be different depending on the state.

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Illinois Auto Insurance Information


The state of Illinois requires a minimum of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage of $20,000 per person and up to a total of $40, 000 per accident for any injuries inflicted during an accident caused by uninsured and/or underinsured driver.

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Kansas Auto Car Insurance Information


Kansas follows a No-Fault system. This means that regardless of who is found at fault during an accident, your insurance company will cover the injury claims up to a specified amount. Generally, your right to sue under a No-Fault system is lost.

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Louisiana Auto Insurance Information


Just like most states, Louisiana follows a Tort system. This means that someone will held responsible for causing the accident. That person and his auto insurance company will have to cover for the damages inflicted during the accident. The Tort system will be different depending on the state.

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Kentucky Auto Car Insurance Information


Many people think that car insurance providers give fixed rates, which is why they never try to shop around for better prices. The truth, however, is that most companies segment their rates different so the rates will vary from company to company. You could be saving thousands of dollars each year on auto insurance if you start comparing prices

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