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West Virginia Raises Mandatory Auto Insurance Limits

  In 2016, West Virginia enacted new mandatory auto insurance limits for drivers throughout the state. This change, the first since 1979, means that policies must cover at least $25,000 per person or $50,000 per accident for bodily injuries liability, and $25,000 in liability for property damage in an accident. Motorists who purchased polices prior Read More

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Questionable Auto Claims Continue to Rise

In an effort to reduce insurance fraud, the National Insurance Crime Bureau conducts a rolling survey of questionable claims across all mainstream insurance sectors. In a national comparison, West Virginia demonstrated one of the lowest incidents of questionable claims. Of those claims that were surveyed, most of the questionable claims were made against a person’s Read More

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What Impact Will Insurance Coverage Increases Have on Motorists and Their Insurers?

A group of senators recently presented a bill in the West Virginia Senate, proposing a more than 30 percent increase in minimum auto insurance coverage for vehicle owners. If the Senate passes the bill, defense attorneys dealing with auto accidents may see a rise in claims against their insurance company clients, as victims attempt to Read More

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