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During the 2008 Session of the Georgia General Assembly, a law was passed that requires your automobile insurance carrier to provide revised Uninsured Motorist Coverage unless you reject this coverage in writing. We refer to this new coverage as Uninsured Motorist Coverage-Added on to At-Fault Liability Limits, hereinafter referred to as "New Uninsured Motorist Coverage". This New Uninsured Motorist Coverage provides additional protection at a higher premium than the coverage you currently have.  If you or other eligible insured’s are injured or have property damage caused by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, the New Uninsured Motorist Coverage provides protection that will pay for your damages in addition to the at-fault driver’s Liability Coverage limit up to your New Uninsured Motorist Coverage limit. 
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