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The procedure of receiving compensation for damages and injuries if you are struck by an uninsured driver may be more difficult than if the other car had insurance. You will frequently need to rely on your own insurance policy to pay for the losses and injuries.

  • Your personal auto insurance policy's uninsured motorist protection may be able to help pay for your medical expenses, missed wages, and property damage. If someone who is underinsured or uninsured hits you, this policy will shield you from liability.

  • In order to recover damages, you could also be able to sue the uninsured driver. Even if you prevail in your lawsuit, it may be difficult to obtain damages if the motorist is uninsured because there may not be any assets on which to collect.

  • A fund may have been established in some states to compensate victims of uninsured or underinsured drivers. This fund, which can be used to compensate for medical expenses, lost earnings, and other losses resulting from a car accident, is normally funded by a fee that uninsured drivers are compelled to pay.

In any case, you should get in touch with our lawyers at Brand Law Group, as quickly as possible to report the incident, in order for us to help you file a claim, or even do it for you. We can help you receive compensation for losses and injuries by guiding you through the claim-filing process.


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