Being involved in an accident with a motorist without auto insurance can make it very difficult to obtain compensation for your losses. However, many insurance plans include uninsured motorist coverage. This coverage often provides benefits in cases involving uninsured drivers. Contacting a Phoenix auto accident lawyer at Simon Law Group will ensure that you receive adequate financial compensation.
Uninsured motorist coverage may also apply in hit-and-run situations. By submitting a claim, your insurance company may act as if it were the at-fault driver’s provider and cover your losses. Much like the legal world, insurance companies can be difficult to talk to. Having one of our Phoenix auto accident lawyers represent you will ensure that you receive fair compensation for your losses.
In some accidents involving severe personal injury and/or property damage, the at-fault driver’s insurance policy sometimes does not provide complete compensation. Under-insured motorist coverage covers accidents caused by a driver with low insurance policy limits, such as the state mandated minimum coverage. Victims of similar scenarios should consult an experienced Phoenix auto accident lawyer to determine whether under-insured motorist coverage is an available means of compensation.
If you are involved in any of the aforementioned situations, you should consult an experienced accident lawyer in Phoenix. Simon Law Group will assist in filing the necessary motorist claims with your insurance company. Your injury claim will look like a claim brought against the responsible driver and or owner, except that your insurance company will be involved in the process. As with any auto injury claim, we will help you receive compensation for losses such as medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability and disfigurement.
With years of experience, Simon Law Group offers you the best help a Phoenix-based accident lawyer can offer. We promise to provide aggressive and compassionate legal services that will help you receive financial compensation. Contact Craig Simon for more information: 480-745-2450.