Have you been in an accident involving an underinsured or uninsured motorist in Wisconsin? If so, there may still be things you can do to seek compensation for damages suffered. Although an accident case involving an under- or uninsured motorist can be complicated, the attorneys at Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., understand the process and will work hard to pursue compensation for you.
Contact the lawyers at Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., now to talk about your accident case.
What Can Be Done?
Thousands of vehicle accidents happen each year on Wisconsin’s roads, and many of these involve under- or uninsured motorists. While an underinsured driver doesn’t have enough insurance to cover damages, an uninsured motorist has no auto insurance whatsoever.
Wisconsin auto insurance policies must contain coverage for uninsured motorists. This coverage is meant to protect insured drivers in the event of being involved in an accident with an uninsured driver.
Underinsured motorist coverage on your own policy can be used to pay for some or all of the remaining cost.
Why Work With Car Accident Attorneys?
When an accident happens, an individual may be prompted to accept the first settlement offered by an insurance company. Unfortunately, insurance companies often avoid paying out the full benefit of an un- or underinsured motorist insurance plan. Many times, those insured are left without adequate compensation to cover the cost of their damages.
In order to seek the maximum amount offered by an insurance plan, it is critical to work with an experienced lawyer who understands Wisconsin’s laws concerning drivers with little or no insurance. Before you settle for what the insurance company offers, call our law office toll free at 800-559-7366.