All Colorado drivers are required to carry auto insurance, however, not everyone follows the rules. Even those who have car insurance may choose the lowest limits required by law to save money, which may put you at risk.
Protect yourself against unexpected accident expenses by adding underinsured/uninsured (UIM/UM) motorist coverage to your policy. UIM/UM coverage comes into play if you’re injured in an accident and the at-fault party doesn’t have enough coverage to cover all damages. In Colorado, insurance providers are required to provide you with the option to carry UIM/UM coverage that’s at least equal to your bodily injury liability policy limit. Contact us today to find out more.