If you live in Plano, TX, your state does not require you to carry any auto insurance besides liability protection. And this applies pretty much wherever you live, except for New Hampshire, where you are free to drive without insurance (though you do need to be able to pay for liability costs should you cause an accident). There are also a few states like Mississippi where you can skip insurance if you are willing to pay a fee to the government. This fee is usually more expensive than insurance, so insurance is effectively mandatory in these states anyway.
The states vary on how much insurance you are required to carry, but none of them require that you carry comprehensive and collision. This is because comprehensive and collision are an investment into your own property. We are required to carry insurance so that other drivers are covered for any damages that we cause. When it comes to our own damages, we’re free to use our own judgment.
Skipping comprehensive and collision isn’t a great idea, of course. But the only entities that can require that you carry it are lenders for car loans, cosigners, and other people or companies with whom you have entered a contract. In which case you are contractually obligated to carry insurance, but not by state law, and the matter would be handled in civil courts if you were to skip out on your insurance payments.
If you are still looking for an insurer to cover you in Plano, TX, get in touch with Paragon Independent Insurance Agency, and let’s see what we can do for you. You can call us or contact us through the Paragon Independent Insurance Agency website.
If you own a business in the Lone Star State of Texas, you will want to obtain commercial business insurance. One of the requirements in Texas is for owners of private or public businesses to obtain a workers’ compensation insurance policy. This will cover all of your employees in the event they are injured on the job or become ill because of doing their job.
You must have a commercial auto insurance policy in place to cover all vehicles used for your business and owned by your business. You must have the minimum amount of liability auto insurance under Texas law which is $25, 000 per person, $50,000 per accident, and $15,000 for property damage caused by an accident involving one of your business’ vehicles.
You will also want to have general liability insurance in place which will protect you and your business if someone claims they were injured while visiting your business or due to a product or produce or sell. This policy will cover the injured person’s medical bills associated with the mishap and damage to their property. It can also cover a dissatisfied customer who files a lawsuit.
You will also want to include in your commercial insurance policy insurance for fire, theft, vandalism, and damages to your business from a natural disaster, such as a tornado or hurricane. Your livelihood depends on your business being able to function and if there is business disruption, you will need insurance in place to cover those losses.
To create the best commercial business insurance for you and your business, contact the experienced and trusted insurance agents at the Paragon Independent Insurance Agency in Plano, TX.