What happens if you don't have bodily injury liability in New Hampshire?
I know it's not required in this state, but what happens if I don't get it? Will it be dangerous not to have it?
“Not having bodily injury liability as part of a liability insurance policy means you will be responsible for paying for medical care for the other injured party in an accident in which you’re at fault.
The average medical claim in an accident is 15k and in some cases could be much higher. Not having liability protection could force you to pay high out of pocket costs in the event of an accident.”
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