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All drivers must carry financial liability coverage to operate a vehicle on public roads. Despite stiff penalties, many drivers roll the dice drive without insurance car insurance. This is a serious problem for other drivers, who may quickly find their ability to pursue another driver for compensation for their losses severely limited due to this lack of financial backing. This means you’ll need help, and you should not hesitate to seek it from a qualified and experienced North Carolina car accident lawyer.
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A Car Accident Attorney can Help You!
At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C., we believe our clients deserve the best legal representation possible when an uninsured motorist has injured them. We understand car accident cases can be complex, and our team is dedicated to helping our clients successfully navigate them and get the outcome they need to help them recover. We help protect the rights of our injured neighbors, including those who have suffered severe injuries and other losses in car accidents. Our individually-tailored and trial-tested strategy includes compassionate and understanding communication with our clients and relentless, aggressive pursuit of their best interests based on how their injuries have impacted their life. When you trust your case to our experienced team, you can trust that we treat your case as though we were representing our own families and closest friends—with a personal concern for your best interests.
Have you been involved in a car accident with an uninsured motorist? Call The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C. today at (800) 351-3008 to receive a free case evaluation.
The Dangers of Uninsured Motorists
Some estimates indicate one out of four drivers doesn’t carry car insurance. This means the threat of being in an accident with one of these drivers is one you shouldn’t ignore. While insurance is a good thing to have to protect the investment you make in your car, liability coverage goes so much further to protect you and those around you from the financial burden incurred from a collision.
When a driver doesn’t have this insurance, they are solely responsible for their actions. If they’re found to be at fault for an accident, they’ll be responsible for compensating the other party for the damages they have caused. However, few people can afford the actual costs of a car accident, which means that even if you file a lawsuit against them, it’s unlikely you’ll receive the compensation you need and deserve.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage
How can you protect yourself from the danger of uninsured drivers? The best way is to purchase uninsured motorist coverage with your car insurance policy. This coverage kicks in when you are involved in an accident with a driver who doesn’t have insurance coverage to ensure you receive the financial compensation you need. And perhaps the best part is uninsured motorist coverage isn’t that expensive, adding just a few dollars a month to your premiums.
Uninsured motorist insurance can cover:
- Hospital and ambulance bills
- Continual treatment costs
- Vehicle and property damage
- Lost income
Because uninsured motorist claims can become complex fairly quickly, it’s strongly advised you retain legal representation as soon as possible if injured in one of these accidents. At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, we firmly believe that protecting your rights should be our highest priority as your attorney. We understand that justice isn’t always given right away and sometimes must be fought for. Talk to our team about your accident today, and let us stand up for you and your needs, no matter how far we may need to take your case to do so.
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