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Recent estimates show that approximately 14% of all drivers in the United State currently do not have auto insurance. This means that you have a significant chance of being involved in an accident where the at-fault driver does not have any type of insurance. It is a startling reality, and the reason why so many insurance companies have added an uninsured motorist policy to their list of offerings.
If you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver it can be very difficult to recover any type of monetary loss. The unfortunate reality is that many of these drivers do not have insurance because they simply cannot afford it. That reality does not change the financial burden placed on you and your family as a result of their actions. In these cases, it is very difficult to secure any type of compensation without the help of a skilled and experienced attorney.
Our first recommendation is to add protection against uninsured motorist to your existing auto insurance policy. This approach will allow you to have basic coverage from your own insurance company in the event of an accident. In a time of need, having the financial compensation you need can provide much needed peace of mind and assistance.
If you have already been involved in an accident with an uninsured motorist and do not have coverage, it is still possible to file a claim. Contact our team today to learn more about your legal options and how an experienced attorney may be able to help. Having someone on your side who understands the intricacies of the law can often be the difference between attaining fair compensation and being left attempting to shoulder your losses on your own.
Do you have questions about this process and how our team can help? If so, call Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys today at 1-800-229-7989. We will work with you through the claim process and help you attain the full and fair compensation you are entitled to.