How coverages work if you have separate policies: Your coverages would work similarly, but certain accidents can be more complicated. For example, your teenager is driving your car and hits someone else (meaning your teen is at fault). There are two separate claims here—damages they cause to others and damages to your car. Which company will handle and pay each claim will vary based on the circumstances and terms of each policy.
Hi Eric – What you’ve seen is not an unusual situation. A company that’s good in one state isn’t in another. Liberty Mutual worked for you in California, but not in Florida. This is why it’s not possible to say one company is the best. That will vary by state and by your own personal profile. That’s why we produce these “10 Best” lists, to give you companies to investigate.