Will my auto insurance go up after an uninsured motorist claim in Delaware?
My car got hit by a truck, which created about $1,200 in damage. If I claim this on my uninsured motorist coverage, will my insurance rate go up?
“Yes, if you file a claim on your uninsured motorist coverage, you can expect your insurance premium to rise.
The average rate hike after an uninsured motorist claim for property damage is just under $100 a year nationally. But because auto insurance is very specific to each driver, your rate increase could be bigger or smaller than this figure. “
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