Uninsured Motorist Claims

Were you or someone you loved involved in a car accident with an uninsured or out-of-state driver? Watch this video to learn about uninsured motorist claims and how you can still be compensated for your injuries, despite the other driver not having insurance. 

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We’ve had several of our clients that have come to us that were involved in motor vehicle accidents involving drivers and even caused by drivers that did not have insurance. Complicating matters, they were drivers from out of state. That can make recovery difficult. If you’re involved in that situation, and you’re on the scene, you want to get a copy of the police report. Then we can find out what type of identification they have, where they’re from, their address, and all those things. Then we can do what we can to research the issue, and find out whether or not they have any assets that we can go after to recover on your behalf. Another important thing to remember is that you hopefully have underinsured or uninsured motorist coverage. In those cases, if we need to, if the other party doesn’t have insurance, we can use your own policy to help recover for the injuries that were caused to you.

Just because the person that hit you was uninsured, doesn’t mean you can’t recover compensation for your injuries. Contact our dedicated Phoenix car accident attorneys for a free confidential consultation to learn more about uninsured motorist claims. Allow us to evaluate your policy, and fight to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

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Out of Town Legal Resources

The other day, one of our former clients who moved to Oklahoma called with a question about their case. We don’t practice in Oklahoma, but we found these personal injury attorneys in Oklahoma that created a lot of helpful online educational guides and videos. If you or someone you love has any questions about personal injury cases in Oklahoma, look at these personal injury attorneys in Stillwater, OK.