Bodily Injury in Atlanta, GA
Bodily Injury Liability Information for Georgia Drivers
What Is Bodily Injury Liability?
Driving a vehicle comes with liability risks such as being responsible for another person’s injuries if you are at fault in an accident. Many states, including Georgia, require drivers to carry minimum amounts of liability insurance. Under a typical auto liability policy, drivers receive both bodily injury and property damage liability protection—up to certain limits.
The bodily injury liability portion of an insurance policy helps pay for others’ medical bills and lost wages if you at fault in an accident. To get started with coverage, contact your Peachstate Insurance agent
What Does Bodily Liability Insurance Cover?
Bodily liability insurance can help provide coverage for both short- and long-term costs associated with injuries of drivers, passengers, pedestrians and bystanders who may have been impacted because of an accident you caused.
Some costs that body injury liability insurance can cover include:
Loss of income
Pain and suffering
Each state typically has a designated minimum amount of liability coverage each driver must have. To determine how much coverage you need, contact your agent.
How Much Does Bodily Liability Insurance Cost?
The cost of your bodily liability insurance will vary depending on several factors, including:
The state you live in
Your driving history
Generally speaking, the more coverage you choose to have, the higher your premium will be. Discuss your needs with an agent before determining your coverage amount.
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