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3 Most Frequently Asked Flood Insurance Questions

As you know we are in hurricane season! Flood insurance is essential for homeowners living in Florida.

Check out our video below where we answer 3 of the most frequently asked questions about flood insurance

Our Florida insurance expert explains things about flood insurance and answers 3 questions that are frequently asked.

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Homeowners Discounts

 

SAVING IS EASY WITH US.

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Protecting the place you call home doesn't have to be expensive. And with a variety of discounts and savings opportunities, Allstate makes it even easier to get a good deal. Talk to an agent to take advantage of available discounts.

FEATURED DISCOUNTS

 

Multi-policy discount

Save up to 25% when you bundle home and auto policies with Allstate.

Easy Pay Plan®

Save up to 5% when you set up automatic payments.

Claim-free discount

Save up to 20% when you switch to Allstate without a recent home insurance claim.

 

 

 

 

 

SEE EVEN MORE WAYS TO SAVE.

  • Protective device discount
    Save when your home has theft or fire protection devices.

  • Early signing discount
    Save up to 10% on your home insurance premium when you sign up for a new policy at least 7 days before your current one expires.

  • Welcome & loyalty discount
    Save up to 10% on your home insurance premium just for switching to Allstate. As long as you're a customer, you'll continue to save 10% every year after that.

  • Home buyer discount
    Save if you purchase a newly constructed home, or if you're a recent homebuyer.

  • 55 and retired discount
    Save if you're over the age of 55 and are retired.

  • Additional discounts
    Save for smoke-free homes, homes with storm shutters, homes with hail-resistant roofs and more.

 

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What Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

 

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Uninsured motorist coverage is part of a car insurance policy that helps pay for your medical bills or car repairs if you're hit by a driver who doesn't have car insurance.

Typically, when you're in an accident and the other driver is at fault, his or her auto liability coverage would help pay for your medical bills or repairs to your car. But if the at-fault driver doesn't have car insurance, you may have to pay out of your own pocket for those expenses. That's where uninsured motorist coverage may help.

WHAT IS UNDERINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE?

Underinsured motorist coverage is a protection that helps pay for your expenses if you're hit by an underinsured driver. In some states, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverages are bundled together and offered as a single protection on your car insurance policy.

So, what does it mean to be "underinsured"? It depends on where you live. Each state defines "underinsured" a bit differently. An underinsured driver has auto liability insurance but either:

  • Their liability limits aren't enough to cover your bills after an accident, or

  • Their liability limits are less than or equal to your underinsured motorist coverage limit

WHAT DOES UNINSURED MOTORIST INSURANCE TYPICALLY COVER?

Uninsured motorist coverage may offer two types of protection:

  • Uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage helps pay for your medical expenses resulting from a crash caused by an uninsured driver. In some states this protection may extend to a family member who is driving your car, or your passengers.

  • Uninsured motorist property damage coverage helps pay for repairs to your vehicle after a crash caused by an uninsured driver. This protection is not available in all states.

Underinsured motorist coverage offers one type of protection:

  • Underinsured motorist bodily injury coverage helps pay for your medical bills if you are hit by an underinsured driver.

IS UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE REQUIRED?

Depending on where you live, uninsured motorist coverage may be required by law: 21 states and the District of Columbia have laws that make it mandatory.

Drivers in most states are legally required to carry auto liability insurance coverage. However, one in eight drivers on U.S. roads is uninsured, according to the Insurance Information Institute (III). So, it may be a good idea to consider uninsured motorist coverage, even if it's optional where you live.

IS UNDERINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE REQUIRED?

Underinsured motorist coverage is an optional protection in most states.

Give us a call to find the best and most affordable coverage for your vehicle. 

 

(239) 593-7333

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