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Auto Insurance: Questions and Answers

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Did you buy a new automobile in 2019? If so, then you are one of the 17 million people in the United States who made the decision to purchase a new vehicle in the last 12 months. The news is filled with observations about these statistics. The New York Times offered their observations and J.D. Power published a press release indicating that consumers spent $462 billion on new cars in…

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Do You Have Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Have you ever been involved in an auto accident? The truth is many people over the course of their driving history have at one time or another been party to an automobile accident. In 2015, 7.95 million U.S. drivers were in property damage only crashes on U. S. roads, while 3.13 million drivers were engaged in injury crashes. Are you prepared if the at-fault driver is not insured? Ask yourself:…

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Knoxville Auto Insurance: Volume 3

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photo credit: ChazWags There are hundreds if not thousands of drivers on the road today who do not have insurance. Not minimum coverage but NO coverage. So what happens to you if you happen to get hit by one of these drivers? This is exactly what happened to our John Bailey Company vice-president Brandon Clarke. One summer day a couple years ago he was driving down I-275 only to get…

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