How much bodily injury liability should I carry in Maine?
Is 50k per person enough? I have Progressive insurance and I'm curious how much bodily injury liability I should have.
“When it comes to car insurance, the general rule is that you should carry as much coverage as you can afford.
In Maine, the minimum for bodily injury liability coverage is 50k per person.
It’s recommended that you carry 100k if you can. If your policy can’t cover the costs in an accident, you could be sued for the remaining balance.”
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