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Eye-Popping Statistics on California Homeowners, Auto, and Health Insurance
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) found that Californians paid $103 more than the average US driver for the most common kind of homeowner policy, HO-3, in 2007. (Specifically, the average US homeowner paid $822, while the average Californian paid $925.) Living in Orange County, you may face even higher-than-average-Californian rates. But you can control costs. Get your auto and home policy through the same company and save 30% or more. Install deadbolt locks, a burglar alarm, a sprinkler system, and a smoke detector to rake in more savings and bring your Orange insurance rates under control.
In California as of early 2007, drivers had to carry bodily injury and property damage liability insurance — $15,000 bodily injury per accident, $30,000 bodily injury per accident, and $5,000 property damage liability. Consider getting coverage way above these minimums. After all, the whole point of having insurance is to mitigate against financial catastrophe. If you bump somebody in the parking lot while attending the Women's Club of Orange's Annual Flower Show, and that person gets whiplash and sues you for medical care, you likely will need a lot more than $30,000 protection. A more reasonable bodily injury minimum might be $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident, although a live agent can best help you tailor your policy.
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