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Determining Fault in Rear End Accidents

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Rear end accidents are some of the most common motor vehicle accidents. They can also be immensely destructive, causing property damage to multiple vehicles and/or bodily injury. You may be wondering how fault is determined in such an accident. Is it always the fault of the driver in the back, as insurance companies would have you believe? How can you be compensated if you accidentally rear ended someone and you feel they are partially at fault?  Is the Rear Driver Always at Fault in Rear End Accidents? Drivers are expected to maintain a safe distance between themselves and the vehicle in front...

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Learn the Different Types of Auto Insurance

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Most of us are aware that we need auto insurance, but knowing which option to choose can be complicated. There are several different types of car insurance, each with varying degrees of coverage. Researching the types of auto insurance before you buy will ensure you have the policy that best suits your needs.  Auto Insurance Types and Differences Liability Insurance In most states, liability insurance is a basic requirement in order to legally drive a car. This type of insurance covers damages to personal property and bodily injury as a result of an accident. An important aspect of liability insurance is that it typically...

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Does Auto Insurance Cover Car Theft?

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The state of Colorado has seen an alarming increase in the number of car thefts in recent years. In fact, as of 2022, it is the top state in the nation for auto theft, with over 24,000 cars already stolen in the first half of this year. If you or someone you know has been a victim of car theft, you may be wondering what to do next and if your vehicle’s insurance will reimburse you.  Why Is Car Theft on the Rise? The most likely reason that car theft is increasing is because it is more lucrative. Inflation and supply chain...

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