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Star Casualty Insurance Company

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If you were to have an accident, where would you turn? What would you do? Do you have an insurance company that stands behind you that understands how stressful an accident can be for all parties involved? One that looks forward to expanding and growing while always providing the best service and creating and maintaining relationships that last at lifetime for its agent partners and their customers. That is just what Star Casualty Insurance Company does.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company began providing Auto Insurance to people in Florida in 1988. They have been given a secure financial rating of B++ which means that 132 of 133 businesses in this industry will be expected to stay in business and keep on succeeding. That is pretty good odds.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company’s main headquarters are located in Coral Gables, Florida, where they have an indisputable reputation of pride with their independent agents and their clients. Star Casualty Insurance Group’s Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Mr. Paul G. Gabe, Jr., has a long standing and respectable service record in the automotive insurance industry, with over 30 years and counting and previous experience as Senior Vice President of The Hartford Financial Services Group, so he understands how important it is to develop and maintain relationships with the independent agents and customers.

 

Since Star Casualty Insurance Group began in 1988 in Florida, it has grown and spread its services to four other states which are Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Each of these states have their own set of available polices and deductibles.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Group in Florida offers automobile policies such as Bodily Injury, Personal Injury Protection, Property Damage, plus an optional uninsured/underinsured motorists plan and a comprehensive and collision policy. Star Casualty’s Bodily Injury and Property Damage limits vary from 10/20/10 up to as high as 250/500/100 and 500 combined single limit. The combined single limit is the maximum amount of money an insurance company will pay for a single accident and that is in the thousands so with 500 combined single limit, the highest amount they would pay is $500,000. The first numbers in the sets 10/20/10 and 250/500/100 mean that depending on the policy you choose, those numbers will be paid out in the thousands (such as $10,000 for the one starting with a 10 and $250,000 with the number starting with a 250) per person for injuries to their bodies, lost income, pain and agony, doctor bills and funeral bills if it comes to that to the other people if you were at fault for the accident. The second numbers (such as 20 or 500 in the ones above) also are paid out in the thousands (such as $20,000 with the middle number being 20 or $500,000 with the middle number being 500) and follows the same guidelines as the first sets of numbers do but this is the maximum for the whole accident that the insurance company will pay. The third sets of numbers (such as 10 or 100 in the examples above) are paid out in the thousands also (such as $10,000 for the one with last number being a 10 or $100,000 for the one with the last number being a 100) and these are for damages that may occur to property such as trees, fences, automobiles, poles, homes, etc., and if the cost is more than what policy you have chosen as your plan, you may be responsible for any differences.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company in Georgia  and Tennessee offers automobile policies such as Bodily Injury, Property Damage, Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists, Medical Insurance, Comprehensive and Collision and their bodily injury, property damage limits range from 25/50/10 up to 250/500/100. Again the first number in the sets 25/50/10 and 250/500/100 mean that depending on the policy you choose, those numbers will be paid out in the thousands (such as $25,000 for the one starting with a 25 and $250,000 with the number starting with a 250) per person for injuries to their bodies, lost income, pain and agony, doctor bills and funeral bills if it comes to that to the other people if you were at fault for the accident. The second numbers (such as 50 or 500 in the ones above) also are paid out in the thousands (such as $50,000 with the middle number being 50 or $500,000 with the middle number being 500) and follows the same guidelines as the first sets of numbers do but this is the maximum for the whole accident that the insurance company will pay. The third sets of numbers (such as 10 or 100 in the examples above) are paid out in the thousands also (such as $10,000 for the one with last number being a 10 or $100,000 for the one with the last number being a 100) and these are for damages that may occur to property such as trees, fences, automobiles, poles, homes, etc., and if the cost is more than what policy you have chosen as your plan, you may be responsible for any differences.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company in Arkansas offers automobile polices such as Bodily Injury, Property Damage and Personal Injury Protection with a choice of optional coverage for Uninsured/Underinsured  Motorists, Comprehensive, Collision and Towing and Rental Insurance. Their bodily injury/property damage limits range from 25/50/25 up to 250/500/100 and 500 combined single limit which is the maximum amount an insurance company will pay for a single accident in thousands of dollars (since it is 500, they would pay no more than $500,000). Again, the first number in the sets 25/50/25 and 250/500/100 mean that depending on the policy you choose, those numbers will be paid out in the thousands (such as $25,000 for the one starting with a 25 and $250,000 with the number starting with a 250) per person for injuries to their bodies, lost income, pain and agony, doctor bills and funeral bills if it comes to that to the other people if you were at fault for the accident. The second numbers (such as 50 or 500 in the ones above) also are paid out in the thousands (such as $50,000 with the middle number being 50 or $500,000 with the middle number being 500) and follows the same guidelines as the first sets of numbers do but this is the maximum for the whole accident that the insurance company will pay. The third sets of numbers (such as 25 or 100 in the examples above) are paid out in the thousands also (such as $25,000 for the one with last number being a 25 or $100,000 for the one with the last number being a 100) and these are for damages that may occur to property such as trees, fences, automobiles, poles, homes, etc., and if the cost is more than what policy you have chosen as your plan, you may be responsible for any differences.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company in Kentucky offers policies such as Liability and Physical Damage Coverage. Their bodily injury and property damage limits range from 25/50/10 up to 100/300/50 and are subject to even higher limits in the near future and follow the same guidelines as the other states with the payouts being in the thousands for these numbers.

 

Star Casualty Insurance Company handles all claims with a fast response, has extended hours into the nights and on weekends, provides bi-lingual support for other nationalities, allows on line filing and payments and has rates that are hard to beat so you owe it to yourself to check them out and have that peace of mind knowing you are set just in case something would happen.

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