How does uninsured motorist coverage differ from underinsured motorist coverage?

Uninsured motorist coverage helps if the other driver in a car accident doesn’t have insurance. Underinsured motorist coverage helps if the driver doesn’t have enough insurance to pay for all the damages. So uninsured covers when there’s no insurance, while underinsured covers when there’s not enough insurance. They both protect you in case the other driver can’t pay for all the costs of the accident.

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