What Is Considered Good Insurance Coverage To Protect You In An Ohio Accident?
Why is YOUR auto insurance coverage so important after an Ohio car collision? Approximately 30% of all Ohio drivers carry no auto insurance. Many others have a "state minimum" policy - $12,500. If you're in a crash with a driver with little or no insurance, your insurance coverage, in the form of uninsured or underinsured motorists' coverage, may cover your injuries.
Think you have a "full coverage" policy? Think again. Over 90% of all Ohioans have a lousy or worthless "full coverage" policy. Find out why.
FULLY EXPOSED: How Insurance Companies Are Stripping Your Auto Policy
Your "Full Coverage" auto policy won't protect you in an accident, and we can prove it.
Over 90% of all ohioans have lousy "Full Coverage insurance" and don't even know it--until AFTER they're hit by a drunk driver or a driver with little or no insurance. Meanwhile, due to insurance friendly laws, insurance companies are secretly (and legally) watering down your auto insurance with fine print exclusions.
Order this free book and learn the TWO THINGS YOU CAN DO NOW to protect yourself BEFORE you ever need to use your auto insurance after an Ohio car crash.
HERE'S WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:
"I never knew much about car insurance, we just always had it and I didn’t give it much thought. When I started reading Brian Wilson’s book, I thought we surely had enough coverage. After I finished, I pulled out our auto insurance statement and found that indeed we were underinsured. One quick call to our agent and I was able to pick up the additional coverage needed for both my husband and I for only an additional $12 per month. I hope we never need it, but if we ever would it is there for us."