We Just Secured the Maximum Compensation from the At-Fault Insurance Carrier AND from the Client's Insurance Carrier As Well!
Our client was T-Boned when the other driver ran the red light. She suffered from a mild traumatic brain injury and had several disc bulges in her neck. We were able to obtain the maximum policy limit settlement from the insurance company of the at-fault driver.
Fortunately, the client also had UnderInsured Motorist Injury Coverage on her own auto insurance policy, which enabled us to recover the maximum compensation from the client's own auto insurance policy as well.
Do you currently carry Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Injury Coverage on your auto insurance policy? If not, you really should add it to your auto policy. There are a lot of uninsured drivers out there who cause a lot of mayhem and suffering when they crash into innocent drivers who do not have Uninsured Injury coverage on their auto policy. There are also a lot of drivers out there with the minimum $15,000 bodily injury liability policy. What happens when they hit you and cause serious injuries? If you do not have at least $25,000 in Uninsured/Underinsured motorist injury coverage on your auto policy, the at-fault driver's $15,000 injury policy will most likely not be sufficient to cover your medical bills much less your pain and suffering and lost wages. Make sure you add Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Injury coverage to your auto policy. We recommend a minimum Uninsured/Underinsured Injury Coverage of $50,000 per injured person/$100,000 per accident.
In this case, our client had very good Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Injury coverage, which enabled us to recover maximum compensation from the client's insurance company.
Disclaimer: This case result is not a guarantee or prediction of the possible results of YOUR case or anyone else's case. Every case is unique.
Practice area(s): Personal Injury