Have you ever been involved in an auto accident caused by someone who does not have insurance? If so, who will pay for your property damage and medical bills? The answer is … your insurance company. In Illinois, auto insurance policies are required to include uninsured motorist coverage “UM”, which covers your losses in the event that the person who hit you has no insurance. Illinois currently requires that all insurance policies include a minimum of $20,000 in UM for injuries to one person and $40,000 in UM for injuries to all persons injured in a single incident. You can increase your UM coverage. Of course, this will probably increase your premiums as well.
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