Driving With No Insurance

Texas law states that all motor vehicle drivers must buy the liability insurance. To meet the state’s financial responsibility law, you must buy at least the minimum amount. The current minimum liability limits are $30,000 for each injured person, up to a total of $60,000 per accident, and $25,000 for property damage per accident. This basic coverage is called 30/60/25 coverage.

Unfortunately, nowadays the minimum liability insurance coverage required will not pay for all damages and medical care needed if you are involved in a car accident. If you are at fault for the crash, you could also face being sued by the other parties who sustained damage to their vehicle or their person.

If a police officer stops you, you will be asked for your driver’s license, insurance, and registration. The penalty for not carrying the minimum liability insurance can range from $175 to $4000 depending on the severity of your traffic violation. You could also be faced with jail time as well.

Driving With No Insurance

Cited for Driving With No Insurance

If you have been cited for driving with no insurance contact The Law Office of Leonard R. Morgan, I can answer all of your questions and address all of your concerns with regards to your violation.

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