Auto Insurance and Car Insurance for Residents of Columbia, Jefferson City, Kansas City, Sedalia, St Joseph, Topeka and Surrounding Missouri and Kansas Communities
It's good to know what you've got
.. . And what it does for you
Whether it floats on water or rolls on land with two wheels or four, it needs to be insured.
That's a fairly common understanding. Less commonly known is what your automobile insurance really covers. The AI Janosik Insurance Agency believes knowing the how, what and why helps you make the right choice when it comes to securing auto insurance that REALLY protects you, your family and your vehicles. Here's a little information to help you.
- Bodily Injury: If you're responsible for someone's injury as a result of an accident, this pays his or her medical expenses. With medical costs constantly rising, THIS coverage can keep you from paying for someone else's medical bills for the rest of your life.
- Uninsured and Underinsured Liability: Since many people don't carry insurance or don't carry enough insurance, you could be left paying your own medical expenses, even though it wasn't your fault. This coverage gives you the protection you need against non-insured or under-insured motorists.
- Property Damage: You guessed it: this coverage pays to repair or replace vehicles damaged in an accident. .. not to mention, fences, landscaping, buildings or anything else a vehicle might hit in the event of an accident. Considering the cost of a new vehicle, you can't afford to carry minimum coverage!
We've got the options you need!
Whatever you drive, we've got you covered
The AI Janosik Insurance Agency gives you several options when it comes to car insurance.
As an independent insurance agency we've developed relationships with many of the nations top carriers, enabling us to deliver the coverage you need without breaking the bank!
Coverage options include:
- Personal watercraft
- ATV's I Off-road vehicles
- Classic Cars
- Multi-car discounts
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