Using Your Uninsured Motorist Coverage After a Wreck

Every day, uninsured drivers in South Carolina cause accidents and injure innocent people. Fortunately, if you have insurance on your car, you will also have what is known as "Uninsured Motorist Coverage." The law recognizes that you cannot always protect yourself from uninsured drivers, so you are provided at least $25,000.00 in uninsured coverage as a benefit of insuring your own car. You can purchase Uninsured Motorist Coverage to match the limits of your "Liability" policy. For example, if you have $250,000.00 in Liability Coverage to protect strangers you might get in a wreck with, you can purchase up to $250,000.00 in Uninsured Coverage to protect yourself and your passengers. The same goes for "Underinsured Motorist Coverage," which protects you against drivers without car insurance to cover all of your damages. Red Insurance Claim Sign

Therefore, even if someone is driving without insurance and harms you in South Carolina, you can still recover insurance funds to compensate you for damages such as medical bills, lost wages, and physical pain. You contact your insurance company, report the accident, set up a claim, and discuss the case with your insurer since the at-fault driver does not have one.

A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help Protect Your Rights

However, you should never let a deceitful or callous insurance adjuster add insult to injury. If an uninsured driver caused a crash, and you want to make sure your rights are protected, call me at (803) 790-2800 or start a live chat with our car accident lawyer team now. We represent people across South Carolina and would be honored to speak with you

Kenneth Berger
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Columbia and Myrtle Beach car accident and personal injury lawyer dedicated to securing justice for clients.