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Arizona law requires minimum levels of auto insurance for all types of cars driven in the state. Purchasing coverage is necessary for motor vehicles, golf carts, motorcycles, and mopeds. The minimum amount of liability coverage for bodily injury is $15,000 for one person and $30,000 for two or more individuals. Property damage coverage of at least $10,000 is required as well.
For individuals with auto accident lawsuits – this means that a minimum of 15,000 of coverage will be available to draw against in most automobile accidents to compensate the plaintiff for the damages suffered in a car accident that is the fault of another party.
Bodily injury liability pays the medical costs for others who are injured by the driver. Property damage coverage pays to repair the other vehicle or vehicles and property damaged by a driver. These coverages do not pay an individual’s own medical bills or vehicle damage.
Arizona is a Tort state as opposed to a no fault state. This means that the driver who is at fault in the accident must pay the victims medical expenses. For this reason many insurance companies suggest carrying policy limits in excess of the state of Arizona minimum requirement. Victims in Arizona have the ability to file a court claim against the driver found to be responsible for the accident for any additional and related damages including pain and suffering and lost wages.