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Car Insurance Matters

I still remember the day that I drove off of that used car lot with my first car. In my excitement to show off my new ride to my friends, I smashed my car into a telephone pole. Although I can laugh about the accident now, it was devastating at the time. In addition to completely destroying my reputation, I also had to deal with the expenses that were involved with the wreck. Unfortunately, I hadn't purchased car insurance, so I had to foot the repair bills on my own. After getting my car fixed and thinking about my actions, it was very clear to me that I needed to invest in a car insurance policy. I decided to learn as much as I could about insurance, and that is one of the reasons that I decided to become an insurance agent.

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Every motorist involved in an accident wishes for a speedy claim processing and settlement. Insurers are always blamed if things don't go fast and smooth enough, but the fault isn't always theirs. Here are three examples of things that you may do that can complicate your claim or even make the insurer deny it:  Insufficient coverage You may have all the papers ready and make your claim on time, but you aren't going to get enough money to cover all your losses and liabilities if you have insufficient coverage. Read More 

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