Will liability insurance cover my injuries from a car wreck?

Liability insurance helps cover medical and legal fees if you’re held responsible for someone else’s injury or damage to someone else’s property. Every state requires that drivers have some auto insurance.

All drivers are legally required to carry auto liability insurance to drive. However, some circumstances may require drivers to have more than the state-required liability coverage. Our Bingham Insurance Group is committed to helping Braselton, GA residents understand auto insurance requirements.

What is Liability Insurance?

Liability insurance covers property damage and injury to others if you’re found at fault for an accident. It doesn’t provide protection or coverage for any personal property or physical damage you may sustain due to an accident you caused. 

Georgia requires all drivers to carry the minimum liability coverage limits. These limits include $25,000 per accident for property damage and $25,000 per person for bodily injuries. Liability coverage also includes $50,000 per incident for bodily injury coverage. 

Will Liability Insurance Cover My Injuries from a Car Wreck?

No. Liability insurance will only provide coverage for other people’s injuries and property damage. You must purchase auto insurance to cover your injuries and vehicle/property. Liability insurance is a requirement for drivers in every state. However, it will only cover the property and personal injuries that other people sustain due to an accident where you’re at fault. Call us if you have more questions about auto liability insurance and what it covers. We’d be happy to answer all of your questions.