Why is an accident with an uninsured driver a big problem?
If you’re in a wreck with an uninsured or underinsured driver, you’re not protected. People who have been in a wreck frequently aren’t able to work for some time or face serious, long-term injuries. When a driver is hit by an uninsured or underinsured motorist and doesn’t have any uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage of his or her own to pursue, even the best legal team cannot help. In those situations, clients are stuck with impossible medical bills or left unable to pay their mortgages. Those people aren’t able to recover for the pain, mental anguish or impairment that the law allows.
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- Why is an accident with an uninsured driver a big problem?