How Does Bodily Injury Liability Work?
For Nevada, the minimum required bodily injury liability is 25/50 – $25,000 per person and $50,000 per crash. Here are some scenarios: One person injured. Cost $35,000. Even though the limit per crash is $50,000, your insurance will cover only $25,000 as this is the limit per person. Two persons injured. The cost…Read More
High vs Low Deductibles
What is a Deductible? A deductible is the amount of money the insured is required to pay before his/her insurance begins covering the costs. For example, if you were in a car accident and the damage totaled to $8000 and your deductible was $1000, this means that you would pay the first $1000 of the…Read More