Your protection if a driver operating a vehicle without insurance causes bodily harm to the motorist or passengers in your car is provided by uninsured motorist coverage.
Theft of a car and the vehicle's damages from other sources, like burglary, are both covered under additional insurance.
Collision coverage pays to repair damage to your automobile from an accident with some other automobile.
Compensation for medical expenses incurred from injuries sustained in accidents.
If someone sues you for harm caused by your car, your automobile insurance will pay their legal fees.
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