Archive for April 2011

New Mexico Auto Insurance Minimums, Laws for Drivers and Private Passenger Vehicles

Apr 28th, 2011 | Category: Insurance Today

New Mexico mandates that residents have automobile insurance. If a driver is involved in a vehicle accident with another driver in the state of New Mexico, the insurance companies must cover damages or a lawsuit is in order. There are basically three types of New Mexico car insurance: Collision and Comprehensive Insurance Collision insurance covers […]

What Are the Auto Insurance Requirements for Connecticut?

Apr 21st, 2011 | Category: Insurance Today

Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles requires vehicle owners to have liability insurance. Accidents can happen at any time. This is why you need to get sufficient auto insurance coverage. If you don’t have coverage, you will end up paying an enormous bill. If the third party is unhappy, he may sue you and bring the […]

Automobile Insurance Requirements for Indiana Drivers

Apr 20th, 2011 | Category: Insurance Today

Indiana vehicle owners have to purchase several types of coverages. The three types of insurance coverage you are required to purchase include uninsured, underinsured and property damage insurance coverage. There is a minimum requirement that you purchase $25,000 of bodily injury coverage for a single victim accident. For multiple victims in a single accident, the […]

GEICO Standing by for North Carolina Policyholders Affected by Recent Tornadoes

Apr 18th, 2011 | Category: Insurance Today

(BUSINESS WIRE) – In the wake of the recent tornadoes in North Carolina, GEICO’s Catastrophe Team (CAT) and claims teams are ready to assist policyholders affected. “After the devastating tornadoes that hit North Carolina this past weekend, we want to make sure that our customers are safe,” said Nancy Pierce, GEICO’s vice president of claims. “We’re […]

Wisconsin Passes Bill to Reduce Auto Liability Coverage Minimums

Apr 6th, 2011 | Category: Insurance Today

Insurers are praising the passage in Wisconsin of a bill that would reduce the mandatory minimum auto insurance liability limits in that state. The American Insurance Association (AIA) commended the Wisconsin State Senate for passing Assembly Bill 4, legislation that insurance trade groups say will improve the state’s automobile insurance climate for consumers. The bill […]