Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Not Every Driver is a Responsible Driver.
As a safe driver, obeying street signs, speed limits, and always using your turn signals is simply part of the routine. And if you’re ever involved in an accident, your insurance policy typically keeps you protected.
Unfortunately, there are those on the road who don’t share the same safety precautions as you, and if you’re involved in an accident with a motorist without the right coverage, you may have to take care of any medical payments, damages, or any other expenses with money from your own pocket.
It’s Important to be Prepared for Everything
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage gives you the assurance you need knowing that your medical expenses will be covered. In cases where the driver at fault does not have adequate liability to pay for your injuries and damages, you’ll be compensated for the amount in which you are legally entitled to – in regards to you, your passengers, and your vehicle. Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Protection may also take care of property damage in some states.
Since Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage is a separate purchase from your typical Auto Insurance policy, it’s important to contact General Insurance to find out how you can be prepared for any situation on the road.
Good Drivers deserve Great Rewards.
As a driver, safety should be one of your top concerns – safety for your passengers and for other drivers on the road. When you find the right coverage with General Insurance, you’ll learn that being a responsible driver has its benefits. With Diminishing Deductible, you can actually get rewarded for being an accident and violation-free driver.
When you sign up for Diminishing Deductible, you’ll receive an immediate $100 credit on your deductible. From there, you can add $100 of more credit for every year – simply by being a safe driver. Drivers under Diminishing Deductible can receive up to a maximum of $500 credit.
For even more options, talk to a representative with General Insurance about Total Loss Deductible Waiver. If your car gets totaled in an accident, and if you’re covered under this waiver, you won’t be responsible for paying your deductible.
It’s just one more way that General Insurance can provide quality coverage options for safe drivers.
Don’t Let One Accident Hurt Your Record.
We understand that accidents happen. On the road, there are many situations that are outside of your control and sometimes cannot be avoided. At General Insurance, we don’t want an accident to hurt your driving record, or even cause your rates to go up. With the right coverage, you can be forgiven for your first chargeable accident through Accident Forgiveness.
Under Accident Forgiveness, if you’re involved in an accident, your rates won’t increase – even if the accident is your fault. This applies only one time per policy, and once it’s been used, you’ll be eligible to receive it again three years later.
Contact General Insurance today to find out how you can receive the benefits of Accident Forgiveness for your Auto Insurance policy.