What are Policy Limits?
Policy limits is the maximum amount of money the insurance company is contractually liable to pay out in a car accident.
In other words, if your vehicle is worth $35,000 and the property damage limit on the at-fault drivers insurance policy is only $25,000, the insurance company is only liable to pay you $25,000. The $10,000 left to pay must be covered by the at-fault driver. To get them to pay may require taking them to court. The Claim Buster eBook WILL NOT explain how to take an individual, or insurance company, to court.
Our auto accident training manual, The Claim Buster eBook, will guide you from the start of a car accident claim until you have a claim check in your hand that you deserve. Affordably priced at only
Total Loss |
Repairable Vehicle |
Diminished Value |
Loss of Use |
Take Price |
Resale Value | Loss Economic Opportunity | Dealer Ready | At the Scene of the Accident
Shortly After the Accident | How to Settle | Recorded Statement
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