Uninsured or Under Insured Motorists
Most auto policies have uninsured and inderinsured coverage. This will cover your costs and expenses from a car accident caused by another driver that is uninsured, underinsured or cannot be located.
Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Coverage
In Georgia, all car insurance policies must have uninsured motorist coverage. Unless you rejected it in writing, you should have a minimum amount of coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage in your own auto insurance policy covers your costs from an accident caused by another driver — one who is uninsured, underinsured or cannot be found. Read and understand your auto insurance policy. Uninsured motorist coverage may apply even if you or a member of your household is riding in another car when injured, or is injured in a pedestrian, bicycle, motorcycle or hit-and-run accident. It may also apply to any person driving your insured vehicle with your permission. But when you make a claim, the insurance company will do everything possible to deny your claim.
If you have been injured by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, we can help. By coordinating all available provisions, including your uninsured motorist insurance and your health insurance, we get you the maximum benefits you deserve.
Don’t Let Insurance Companies Deny or Delay Your Legitimate Claim
Contact the accident attorneys at The Burnside Firm. From our offices in Athens GA, we represent clients throughout Georgia whose legitimate claim has been denied or delayed or undervalued by auto insurance companies.
Don’t Sign Away the Compensation You Deserve
Call us before making a statement or signing any settlement form. Contact us for a free initial consultation. We will review your case and let you know if you are entitled to compensation. Call 1-800-569-1937.