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Uninsured Motorist Accident

California Uninsured Motorist Lawyer

If you are in an accident with an uninsured motorist you may feel helpless, or perhaps even angry!

Motorists are obligated by law to pay for auto insurance in order to protect others in the event that they are responsible for an accident.

If you, as a diligent and responsible driver should find yourself in a position where you have been in a collision with an uninsured driver who does not have proper insurance coverage, much of the legal hassle and burden unfairly and unreasonably can fall to you. Similarly, burden can fall to the victim in cases where the accident involves an under-insured motorist.

Because of the complex nature of accidents involving uninsured and under-insured motorists, it’s important to employ the services of a firm that is well regarded for their service in these particular circumstances.

The team at Wilshire Law Firm has handled hundreds of cases involving uninsured motorists and under-insured motorists, where coverage is limited, it won’t cover the full amount of your medical and property bills. This is where the legal team at Wilshire Law Firm can help.

Uninsured Motorist Protection

Fortunately, you can be covered by uninsured motorist protection. Under the uninsured motorist law, you can sue your insurance company for your damages. The insurance company will then go after the negligent party to pay for damages awarded to you.

However, this action requires that you take on the difficult task of going against your own insurance company. That is why it is important to seek legal help immediately after an accident with an uninsured or under-insured motorist.

To learn more about how we can help, schedule a free, no obligation consultation with one of our uninsured motorist accident attorneys You can contact us 24/7 for immediate assistance by completing an online form, or calling us toll-free at (800) 522-7274.

Last Updated: 05-01-2017

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