Category: Auto Insurance Coverage

The Case for Higher Auto Insurance Limits in Connecticut

Navigating the aftermath of a vehicle accident in Connecticut can be an overwhelming experience. From vehicle damage to personal injuries, the stakes are high, and the last concern victims should have is whether the at-fault party’s insurance can adequately cover the damages incurred. Despite Connecticut’s relatively higher minimum liability insurance requirements of $25,000 per person

What to Do if Your Insurance Claim Is Denied

Posted on 10/20/20

Were you hurt in an accident? You are likely facing a series of unexpected challenges, including medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, pain and suffering, and more. The last thing you might expect is a denial notice from your insurance provider. When you file an insurance claim for an injury, your insurance company may do

Do I Have Enough Auto Insurance Coverage?

Posted on 01/30/19

If you have suffered a catastrophic injury in a car accident caused by a negligent driver, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation to pay for past and future medical expenses, lost income and earning potential, as well as pain and suffering. However, you won’t receive any amount of monetary damages from the other