AllRisk Auto Insurance, LLC Blog
While the internet makes it easier to evaluate policies for your insurance, all of the unusual phrases and language used by insurance providers can be confusing.
Therefore, we give you three important things to know to understand your auto insurance policy better.
What are the Objectives of Auto Insurance?
In general, there are three major goals that your automobile insurance seeks to achieve:
1. Compliance with the Provisions of the Law
Insurance assists you in adhering to the law. Automobiles are hazardous, heavy, and costly machines. Insurance protects drivers, passengers, and others against harm or damage caused by someone who would otherwise be unable to pay for their actions.
2. Second-Part Coverage
With medical payments, comprehensive, and collision protection, your auto coverage provides security for you, your passengers, and your car.
3. Third-Party Coverage
Liability covers any harm you do to another person, their automobile, or property. This is referred to as third-party coverage since it covers others.
How do I read my auto insurance policy?
To further guide you with it, here are three legal aspects and what it provides to any auto insurance policy:
1. Declaration Page
The declaration page is the first part of your insurance policy. Here are the things that you can find on this page:
2. Agreement to Insure
The following are included in this part:
3. Policy's Condition
This last part outlines your duties in the event of a claim, including:
Having insurance coverage may save you a lot of money and hassle in the long run. Therefore, you must understand what you're covered for and not utilize your coverage.
At AllRisk Auto Insurance, we do our best to ensure that our clients are well-protected with affordable and comprehensive policies. We make sure to go the extra mile to help you with your needs. To learn more about how we can help you, please contact our agency at (360) 693-4044 or Click Here to request a free quote. Coverage discussed in this article is not guaranteed. Please contact our agents today to ensure that your needs are being met and learn more about your policy. We are happy to help!