Got it. Ok. I think there's a few areas you could cut back on. I think you're definitely overinsured in terms of liability coverage. If, god forbid, you were responsible for an accident, Texas limits your liability based on your policy limits. It requires that you have at least $30,000 of coverage, and so most PI claims will start negotiation asking for policy limits, assuming that it's $30,000. While some people will go up to about $50,000, I think you could definitely lower that coverage. You could also lower your property damage liability maximum as well.
I think in Texas underinsured motorist insurance is a must. I've had a lot of people come to my office after an accident only to find out that the motorist that hit them was uninsured, and they therefore can't recover anything. I would keep that. PIP is nice to have, because it means you'll automatically recover that sum of money if you're ever injured in a MVA. However, since you have good underinsured motorist coverage, it's not really necessary. You could always lower that to the $2,500 point if you so chose.
I'd say if you're going to cut, I'd lower the amounts in section A, liability coverage. Lowering those will also give you the most savings.
In terms of the actual company you're using, I see nothing wrong with Geico. I actually haven't encountered that many personal injury cases where the defendant is represented by Geico. In my experience, USAA is generally easy to work with. Allstate and State Farm have generally aggressive counsel, so if you're looking for a fierce advocate in the case of a collision, they would probably be your go-tos. Let me know if there's anyone else you're considering and I can tell you my experiences with them.
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