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Per Person Limit

Per Person Limit

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Per Person Limit — in liability insurance, the maximum amount the insurer will pay for one person's injuries. If two people are injured in an auto accident and the at-fault driver's policy has a $50,000 per person limit, the insurer will pay no more than $50,000 to each person for his or her injuries. If one person's injuries are worth $25,000 and the other person's are worth $75,000, the first claimant will receive $25,000 and the second will receive the per person maximum of $50,000 from the insurer.

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