Supplemental Underinsured Motorist (SUM) and Uninsured Motorist coverage are important parts of your insurance policy. These parts give you and your family some coverage, if you suffer any damages in a car accident and the other driver is uninsured.
If the driver who causes your accident is underinsured, this policy can serve as supplemental coverage to help pay for repairs, medical bills and other costs associated with a car accident.
For example, if the other driver has a minimum liability coverage of $15,000, and you have a $100,000 SUM/UM condition, then the most you could recover is $100,000 – and your SUM/UM condition would cover the additional $85,000 to meet your policy limit of $100,000.
There are many situations in which your SUM/UM coverage could be used, and it is wise to make sure that you are properly covered for these situations.
If you’d like to review your auto insurance policy coverage, or if you have any questions on whether your insurance will cover any injuries or damages, The Barnes Firm has car accident attorneys available to answer your questions 24/7. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.
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