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What are Policy Limits?

Policy limits is the maximum amount of money the insurance company is contractually liable to pay out in a car accident.

In other words, if your vehicle is worth $35,000 and the property damage limit on the at-fault drivers insurance policy is only $25,000, the insurance company is only liable to pay you $25,000. The $10,000 left to pay must be covered by the at-fault driver. To get them to pay may require taking them to court. The Claim Buster eBook WILL NOT explain how to take an individual, or insurance company, to court.

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