Uninsured Motorist Claims in Pennsylvania
Fight for Compensation with a Harrisburg Car Accident Lawyer
If you are involved in a car accident with a negligent driver who is uninsured (or who does not have enough liability insurance to cover the costs of your injuries and other damages), you may be able to file a claim against your own uninsured/underinsured (UM/UIM) motorist policy. UM/UIM coverage is not mandatory in the state of Pennsylvania, but it is highly recommended, considering an estimated 1 in 7 drivers are uninsured.
In order to recover damages from your own insurance company, you must have had uninsured/underinsured motorist protection in effect on your auto insurance policy at the time of the accident. The maximum amount you can recover depends on the limits you chose when you bought the policy.
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How an Attorney Can Help After a Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver
Auto insurance is complex. Many people do not understand the ins and outs of their own coverage. In cases involving uninsured drivers, our Harrisburg car accident attorneys investigate all applicable insurance policies and thoroughly evaluate policy language in order to pursue maximum compensation for our clients. By working with a member of our team, you can increase your chances of receiving the full compensation you are entitled to.
Backed by a long history of service in Pennsylvania spanning more than 130 years, Metzger Wickersham is fully committed to protecting the rights of injured motorists. Whether you have been injured by a driver without adequate insurance or by a hit-and-run driver who has not been identified yet, call our firm to learn what options are available to you.
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