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Personal Injury Insurance

Personal injury insurance is advisable for most people. Personal injury insurance may be a part of a larger plan or a specific plan in and of itself. Many personal injury insurance plans involve auto accident coverage, health, accidental death and dismemberment, sports, scuba diving, disability and homeowners policies to name a few.

 

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Homeowner policies may cover accidents and injuries to others that happen while they are on your property.

Personal injury liability involves injury to third parties, which includes both bodily harm and nonphysical, non-economic harm. Injuries that are neither physical nor economic may include libel or slander, false arrest, discrimination, and invasion of privacy. These either cause psychological harm or are presumed to be damaging (as with defamation of character).

Personal injury insurance for auto accidents usually involves the bodily injury liability insurance part of the overall auto insurance coverage plan. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), "This coverage, combined with property damage liability coverage, is the foundation of any auto insurance policy and is required in most states.

If bodily injury claims or lawsuits are brought against you and if an investigation or a court finds you to be legally responsible for injuries to persons, your bodily injury liability insurance will pay, up to your policy limit, for injuries to other people - such as pedestrians, passengers in your car, or people in other vehicles. Also, bodily injury liability coverage provides for your legal defense against those bodily injury claims or lawsuits, should it become necessary." Since each state sets its own laws for minimum bodily injury liability limits, it is best to check out what your state's limits are.

Personal Injury Protection (or PIP) insurance provides coverage for medical expenses if the driver or another individual covered under the policy is injured in an automobile accident. It is often called no-fault coverage because it pays medical expenses no matter who has caused the accident or no matter who was at fault. Personal Injury Protection insurance coverage pays hospitals, doctors, and other medical providers and or medical equipment for treatment of injuries from auto accidents.

Sports and recreation insurance cover personal injuries from such activities as sky diving, scuba diving, parasailing, winter skiing, and other activities that an active person may engage in. Because of the higher risk and higher likelihood of personal injury, these policies generally come with a much higher price tag than general policies.

No matter what your personal injury insurance need is, there are generally many companies and policies out there to cover just those needs. It may take some research and policy comparisons but it is well worth the time and trouble to make sure that you and your family is protected in the event of personal injury.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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