IL Insurance Minimums to Rise
On July 4, 2013 the Chicago Tribune reported that IL is set to raise the minimum required liability coverage for auto insurance to $25,000 for the injury or death of one person. The minimum required liability coverage is currently $20,000. The bill is awaiting the signature of Gov. Pat Quinn.
The increase is being attributed to the rise in costs associated with an accident, namely hospital and healthcare costs.
The article states that the cost of state minimum auto insurance will rise about $75 per year. "This will surely add pressure to those already feeling financial pressures.
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"The big companies don't always have the best rates," Albu added. "Having an agent shop for the best rates possible for you is a no-brainer."
Google By Brian Marquis
posted on Friday, March 14, 2014