The next question would be, “Doesn’t the other person still have to pay for my medical bills?” They can still be held accountable, yes; however, most people will end up filing for bankruptcy, which then puts the burden back on you and your family. Don’t simply sit back and say that it isn’t fair.

Do something about it!

Depending on your driving record, an increase in your policy from $100,000 to $1 million will only raise your yearly rate by $50 to $250.

Want another reason to motivate you to make the change? Think about how much money you make at your current job. What if you were unable to perform that job and support your family? Hopefully you will have an insurance policy extensive enough to recover the reasonable amount of money due to you after an accident to support your family. Call your agent today to get the process started on getting that better policy. And don’t take no for an answer. They may try to navigate you away from it, but be persistent. You know how important this policy can be, so make the change.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.