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In Dayton, Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability are important insurance coverages to know. By law, most states require drivers to maintain a minimum amount of BI and PDL. Property Damage Liability comes in handy when you cause an accident that damages someone else's property. It will help pay for this damage. What is Bodily Injury? If you or someone on your policy causes a car accident that injures another person, Bodily Injury Liability helps protect you financially. This coverage helps pay for the other person's medical expenses, like for stitches or x-rays, as well as lost income as a result of their injuries. It can also help pay for your legal fees if you're sued over the accident. Even most no-fault states require drivers to have Bodily Injury on their policies.

It's important to know that Bodily Injury Liability will not help pay for your medical expenses, lost income, or any accident-related repairs to your vehicle. In terms of your own bills after a covered accident, legal fees are about the only expenses that Bodily Injury Liability will help cover. Give us a call if you're not sure how you'd pay for your own after-accident costs. We'll explain the details of other coverages that can help like Collision, Comprehensive, Under/Uninsured Motorist, and Medical Payments.

How much liability insurance should you get when it comes to Bodily Injury in Dayton? It depends on the driver and the state. You can choose to go with Tennessee's statutory minimum Bodily Injury Liability limits, or you can go with higher limits.

The coverage "limits" are maximum amounts of money that your car insurance will pay out if you make a claim for a covered loss. Bodily Injury limits are often shown with two amounts. This is referred to as "split limits." The first amount is the sum of money that the company will pay for damages per person. The second amount is the maximum amount they'll pay per accident. Choosing the lowest limits may help you get cheap car insurance, but it also means you could be on the hook for paying for damages you cause that your insurance doesn't cover. That's money out of your pocket. So, if you cause bodily harm to someone in an auto accident and their medical costs end up being higher than your Bodily Injury limits, you might have to pay the difference.

Visit Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Dayton for Bodily Injury coverage and you'll get the insurance you need at a price your budget can handle. No need to cut back on protection that provides you with much needed peace of mind! Our experienced agents will help you find the best policy for you and your budget, including all of the discounts you're entitled to! That's a promise! From there, you have the opportunity to take your auto insurance to a whole new level of affordability by customizing your payment schedule and choosing how you want to pay. Whether you pay by credit card, check, or cash, making policy payments and maintaining Bodily Injury Coverage in Dayton is easy with Direct Auto & Life! Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732) or stop by your nearest location to learn more about Bodily Injury Liability Insurance coverage today!

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The fine for uninsured drivers caught driving without insurance in Tennessee is $300. Police officers could have your car towed immediately if proof of valid insurance is not produced. On January 1, 2017, Tennessee implemented a new online system to verify drivers’ insurance. The program can locate uninsured drivers by accessing vehicle registration records. If the system finds that a vehicle is uninsured, the vehicle will not be eligible for registration renewal.