Connecticut is a state with many historic places, scenic backroads and picturesque small towns. Cycling is a way to explore and enjoy the Connecticut countryside up close and personal. It is a beautiful state, with many avid cyclists. However, we have too many cars, too few bicycle lanes, and this can lead to a dangerous situation.
Students have returned to school in Connecticut. That means drivers need to remember to follow a few rules of the road that have had the summer off along with students in the state. Forgetting those rules — and being caught doing so — carries stiff penalties for motorists or, even worse, can cause a serious accident.
Med Pay car insurance covers your medical expenses that you or your passengers incur for the injuries you sustain as the result of an automobile collision, whether you are at fault or not.
Being in a collision with a vehicle while you are on a bike can be a very traumatic experience. Bicyclists have little protection against car accidents, and can easily suffer serious bodily injury in addition to costly bicycle damage.
Follow these steps for what to do if you're in an auto accident in order to make sure you protect your rights under your insurance policy.
What can you do to protect yourself against the personal exposure of a liability claim which exceeds your auto or homeowner’s policy limits?