Washington is not a no-fault insurance state but a fault insurance state. This means in Washington, each party involved in a car accident is liable for damages and injuries according to each party's degree of fault. More »

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Some companies that sell insurance in the state of Washington include homeowners insurance firms, such as Allstate and Liberty Mutual, and auto insurance providers, such as 21st Century Insurance and GEICO. Individual an... More »

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When looking at a standard map of the United States of America, the state of Washington lies at the north-westernmost point of the continental United States. The state of Washington and Washington, D.C., which is located... More »

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According to CarsDirect, third-party insurance covers injuries sustained by other passengers and drivers and damage done to other vehicles involved in the accident as long as the insured individual is at fault. Currently... More »

According to the Department of Motor Vehicles, how much liability insurance is required depends on the state in which you live. Most states have a minimum limit that drivers must have, but some states do not require any ... More »

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Though specific car insurance laws vary by state, every state requires that vehicle owners have a minimum level of auto insurance coverage to cover the costs of damages to others or to property in an accident, notes USA.... More »

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Individuals can purchase insurance for salvage automobiles, but the premiums are higher than for other automobiles, and state laws and insurance company requirements differ between states, according to CarsDirect. As of ... More »