Uninsured Motorist Coverage
Generally, a Tennessee auto accident victim can receive compensation for their losses, if that at-fault motorist has car insurance or assets to cover the damages incurred from the accident. However, in some cases the at-fault party is either uninsured or underinsured; the accident victims may still be eligible to receive compensation under their own insurance policy.
According to the Insurance Research Council, in 2009, 24 percent of Tennessee motorists were uninsured. The Volunteer State ranks third in the U.S. for the most uninsured drivers. With one out of four drivers being uninsured, accident victims may have trouble recovering their losses.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a motor vehicle accident with an uninsured motorist, contact our experienced car accident lawyers to explore your options.
For additional information about receiving compensation from your underinsured motorist coverage, fill out the Free Case Review form on the right.
Uninsured Motorist Insurance
Approximately 14 percent of American drivers do not have any type of auto insurance. Being involved a car crash caused by an uninsured motorist can make it difficult to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, property damage and pain and suffering. Oftentimes, accident victims feel frustrated while they are trying to recoup the losses associated with their vehicle crash.
If you have uninsured motorist coverage, you may be able to file a claim with your insurance copy to receive compensation for your losses. Contact an experienced Knoxville auto accident attorney today to discuss your car insurance policy and to learn about the best course of action to pursue.
To schedule a free and confidential case evaluation, fill out the contact form on this page.
Underinsured Motorist Coverage
In motor vehicle crashes that result in severe injuries and property damage, sometimes the at-fault motorists insurance policy does not provide enough coverage to compensate the accident victims for the total cost of the damages. Tennessee drivers that find themselves in this situation should contact a knowledgeable auto accident attorney to review their policy to determine if they are eligible to receive compensation from their underinsured motorist coverage. Your underinsured motorist coverage may be able to fill the gaps that the at-fault drivers policy does not cover.
If you've been injured by an underinsured motorist, contact the attorneys at Greg Coleman Law today. The law firm may be able to help you recover all of your losses from your accident.
Contact a Tennessee Car Accident Lawyer
After a Tennessee vehicle crash, the accident victims approach to recovering their losses can affect the total amount of compensation that he/she receives. An experienced car accident lawyer can make sure that you receive the compensation that you deserve. Receiving fair compensation for your auto accident can be difficult. When the negligent driver is uninsured or underinsured, it can make it even more difficult to recover damages.
Most insurance companies will do whatever they can to avoid paying the accident victim fair compensation for their losses. Accident victims should speak with a seasoned lawyer before signing any insurance papers. The car accident lawyers at Greg Coleman Law can review your insurance policy and make sure that you are receiving adequate compensation for your losses.
To schedule a no obligation legal consultation, complete the contact form on the right.