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Auto Insurance in Texas: What's Not Covered?
Auto Insurance in Texas: What's Not Covered?

Texas is a “fault” insurance state, which means drivers are financially and legally responsible for the accidents they cause. Like all states, drivers in Texas are required by law to purchase auto insurance because it protects them in the event of an accident. If you were to ...

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Blog posts in Accident

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    Texas is a big place and it’s pretty difficult to live our daily lives without access to a vehicle. Without a car, most Texans can’t get to work, ...

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  • Talking to Your Insurance Company After a Car Accident

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  • Who is at Fault in a Rear-End Car Accident?

    If you were recently rear-ended by another driver, you may be wondering who is at fault for the accident. While it isn’t always easy to identify which ...

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    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says that drowsy driving “is a serious problem” that leads to thousands of auto accidents ...

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