Douglass, West & Associates

Should I select FULL TORT?

If you do not have FULL TORT on your automobile insurance policy, you could be at risk. Injured parties can be left helpless if the other driver is uninsured or underinsured. You could be left helpless to collect money from the driver who hit you.

  • You and your family need FULL insurance protection: What insurance companies may call “full coverage” is not always complete protection.
  • Insist on full tort: It gives you the unlimited right to sue for pain and suffering. Limited tort can limit this right.
  • Insist on uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance: They protect you even if you are in an accident with a driver who isn’t insured or is poorly insured.
  • You don’t have complete protection if you do not have both kinds of insurance: Full tort and uninsured/underinsured motorist works together to give you complete protection.

Remember:   Only full tort + uninsured/underinsured motorist = full protection

Learn more about the FULL TORT option.