What’s the Minimum for Commercial Truck Insurance?

This video features Sara K. Sardina, a Personal Injury attorney based in Florida.

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Video Transcript:

Molly Hendrickson: 

How much insurance are commercial trucks required to carry by law? We ask attorney Sara Sardina in this Ask The Lawyers Quick Question.

Sara Sardina: 

It truly depends. It depends what cargo they're hauling, it depends whether they're an interstate or intrastate carrier. I'll give you a general response here and say, for interstate carriers, the minimum would be $750,000 that they're supposed to have an insurance, and then for intrastate, Florida specifically, the minimum would be $300,000.

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