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This video features Steve Grover, a Personal Injury attorney based in Alberta, Canada.
How much liability insurance should I have on my car in Alberta? We ask lawyer Steve Grover in this Ask the Lawyers Quick Question.
My recommendation is get as much as you can, that you can afford. In province of Alberta, we have a minimum limit of $200,000 for bodily injury, say you cause an accident and you get sued for someone that's injured by your negligence, but I would recommend getting a million, two million, a lot of insurance companies in Alberta sell an umbrella policy where you can go up to 5 million dollars. In Alberta, our judgment centers is big as in the US, but the more insurance you can afford the better you are. If you can afford a million dollars, I recommend getting the million dollars, 'cause you're just trying to cover yourself on a personal liability aspect, if you're unfortunate causing an accident.
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