Will liability insurance cover me if I wasn't at fault in an accident in an Alamo rental car?
I recently rented a car from Alamo. When I was driving, another car hit me. I have 100/300/100 liability insurance. Will my policy cover me?
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Answered on May 04, 2021
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“If you weren’t at fault in the accident, the other driver’s liability coverage will typically cover your property damages and medical bills. Your liability coverage wouldn’t apply, since it only covers other people’s expenses, not yours.
Contact Alamo as soon as possible to inform them of the accident and ask them how to proceed.”
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