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Winter weather and slick roads are upon us.  As a result, the number of auto accidents increases significantly.   Take a few minutes and check you tires for a healthy tread.   Consider snow tires while you’re at it.

Insurance coverage:   Take a look at the insurance coverage on your vehicle.  What are the limits?  Who is covered?  What coverage do you have?  Do you have “Med Pay” for medical bills?   This typically covers the first $5,000 of medical bills due to an accident.   Do you have “Uninsured/Underinsured” motorist coverage in the event you are injured by someone with no insurance or without enough insurance to compensate you for your injuries.

It’s better to know what you have now, than to find out what you don’t have when you actually need it.  Please call or make an appointment to go over what coverage you have if you have any questions that I can help you with.

Injuries:  Seek medical care immediately if you are injured in an auto accident.  Get pictures of the accident scene and/or the damage to your vehicle, if possible.   Focus on your recovery and health.  I will take care of the rest.



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