Arizona Legislature Passes Bill Raising Auto Insurance Limits But Governor Ducey Vetos.

Frederick C. Thomas

[tm_pb_section admin_label=”section”][tm_pb_row admin_label=”row”][tm_pb_column type=”1_2″][tm_pb_text admin_label=”Text” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”]     Over forty years have passed since Arizona enacted its minimum requirements for auto insurance coverage (1972).  On May  1st, 2018 the house transmitted to Governor Ducey HB2254.  The bill raises the minimum limits required for liability coverage from $15,000.00 per person or $30,000.00 total…

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What Are Arizona's Minimum Auto Insurance Limits?

What Are Arizona’s Minimum Auto Insurance Limits?  Currently it is  $15,000 of liability for injuries to any one person in another vehicle they hit, and a total of $30,000 for all injuries and deaths out of the same incident. And their coverage for damages to the cars and other property of others can be as…

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Raising Arizona's Minimum Limits Coverages

For forty plus years Arizona’s minimum limits for auto insurance have been 15,000/30,000/10,000.  What this means that each owner of an automobile is to carry insurance that will pay up to $15,000.00 in personal injury damages to per person injured in an accident due to driver’s fault.  If the driver injures multiple parties the $30,000 represents…

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