Commercial Auto Liability Insurance
Firstly, commercial auto liability insurance is a requirement by law in Illinois for commercial vehicles. It includes bodily injury coverage and property damage coverage. This protects a driver from financial liability.
Bodily injury coverage will cover hospital and medical expenses. This includes rehabilitation, long-term nursing care, and funeral expenses. It also includes lost earnings, pain and suffering. As well as other expenses, up to the policy limits.
Property damage will pay to repair or replace damaged physical property. However, only up to policy limits.
Each state sets its own liability insurance minimum requirements that must be met.
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*Please review your own policy for details on your commercial auto coverage. Coverage options vary by policy and provider.