Being in a car accident can be traumatic and cause minor to severe injuries. However, it can become even more stressful when the motorist at fault is uninsured. Believe it or not, you still have options after you have been in an accident caused by an uninsured driver. Hiring an uninsured motorist lawyer for your claim will ensure you get the compensation you need to heal and recover damages.
The Law Offices of John M. McCabe, P.A., has handled uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage cases for decades. We provide effective assistance regarding complex insurance issues following an auto accident. We have assisted hundreds of clients facing expensive medical bills, emergency room bills, surgical bills, lost wages, and other losses and expenses following severe and catastrophic accidents by identifying multiple applicable insurance coverages.
Drivers in North Carolina must have at least $30,000 in vehicle insurance, but this often is not enough to cover a person’s medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses. We are also seeing an increase in the number of negligent drivers who disregard the law and have no insurance. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and the other driver has inadequate insurance or no insurance, contact our Raleigh law office at 919-899-9852 or toll-free at 866-907-1145 for a free initial consultation.
More than you would believe. Research shows that approximately 1 in 8 drivers in the United States drive uninsured. Many of these drivers will get insurance only to register their vehicle, and then they will cancel their policy.
Being in a car accident is frustrating enough, but being in one caused by an uninsured driver is beyond frustrating.
You will still need an official police report from the accident. Make sure you call the police right away.
Even if you overlook injuries immediately, you must get looked at for internal bleeding or whiplash.
Contact an uninsured motorist lawyer at The Law Offices of John M. McCabe. We will work hard to get the most out of your insurance or the third party responsible.
To make sure you avail yourself of all possible sources of insurance and receive the full compensation you are owed, you will need to work with an attorney who can immediately and effectively explore and address insurance coverage challenges.