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Cheap Insurance in Colorado (CO)

Colorado Auto & Homeowners Insurance

Colorado Auto Insurance Law

There are certain specific requirements in the state of Colorado for the extent of liability insurance protection the automobile operator must carry. This type of policy covers property damage to the other automobile in case of accident. It also covers the other driver’s bodily injury. The liability insurance covers the damage caused by an insured party’s negligent driving of his motor vehicle.

Colorado law imposes these minimum amounts:

  • Bodily injury – $25,000 for each person
  • Bodily injury – $50,000 for each accident
  • Property damage – $15,000 per accident

On January 1, 2009, Colorado law was imposed for mandatory “med-pay” coverage to be added to all automobile insurance. Read additional information on the medical payment coverage. A driver may add additional coverage. Adding additional uninsured motorist coverage, comprehensive and collision insurance and medical payment coverage is advisable, but it is not mandatory.

Homeowner’s Insurance in Colorado

A policy covering the house you own protects you from damages to the building(s) and their contents. Legally, the owner is not required to carry homeowner’s insurance unless the house is financed. If so, (and few people purchase their home with cash, paying for it outright), the bank or mortgage company will make coverage mandatory. This protects their interest until the mortgage is paid in full.

Different policies are sold for homeowner’s insurance, condominium coverage and mobile home coverage. You are insured in case of fire, theft, wind damage, vandalism and hail. This covers injury to someone other than the occupant who is hurt on the premises.

There are also policies to cover renter’s contents.

It is most crucial that the purchaser reads and understands the terms of his or her insurance. For example, most homeowner’s policies exclude coverage for flood damage. If your home lies in an area subject to flooding, you are advised to purchase a policy to protect against that eventuality.

These are details that you are wise to ask your insurance agent to clarify before making policy purchase decisions.

Colorado Insurance Updates

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Posted: January 28, 2012, 2:43 pm
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Cheap Health Insurance in CO

This information is for Denver, Colorado Springs and surrounding communities. The program(s) listed below are available to low-income families in Colorado

For Low Income Health Insurance in Colorado we found Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) to be a good place to begin. With programs like this you’ll be glad to know your children are covered at an affordable price. Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) currently provides children ages 18 and younger whose families earn or own too much to qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford family health insurance coverage

Learn more about the Colorado Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) Health Insurance Income Guidelines.

For eligibility requirements you can visit cchp.org or call: 800-359-1991