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Columbia SC Auto Insurance


In the state of South Carolina, you're required to own car liability insurance, which covers the damages to other drivers after an accident that you cause. You’re also required to purchase uninsured motorist coverage, which can protect you against damages cause by people driving without insurance (which is illegal).

Still, given the cost of cars and medical bills, the state requirements may not be enough to cover all of the damages. Keep in mind, liability coverage will not cover your own injuries or property damage; it only serves your responsibility to third parties.

Call an agent for more information about South Carolina's liability requirements and how you can get more widespread coverage by adding collision, comprehensive, medical payments. etc. to your auto policy.

Columbia SC Homeowners Insurance


Although homeowners insurance is not required by law, various mortgage lenders ask that you purchase it before agreeing to your loan. Home insurance is designed to cover the expenses of repair or replacement if your home or valuables are lost, damaged or destroyed resulting from a covered incident. These generally include fire, windstorms, severe weather, theft and vandalism. Flood and earthquake policies have to be purchased separately.

About Allegiance Insurance Group


Allegiance Insurance Group is an independent insurance agency assisting Columbia and the surrounding cities in South Carolina. Our goal is to find you the right policies for your needs and budget, worry-free. Call us at (803) 546-4707 for any of your insurance needs.  Or visit us 24/7 at www.AIGSC.com Automobile
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