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The aftermath of a car accident is always stressful and complicated, but particularly if you’ve been in an accident with an uninsured motorist. Reach out to the St. Louis uninsured motorist accident attorneys at Goldblatt + Singer for help. Legal counsel can inform you of laws that you might not have known about and guide you on what you should do next.
Here are three important things to remember if it happens to you.
Uninsured motorists are drivers who do not have the proper liability coverage for the vehicle they’re driving.
A driver who flees the scene of an accident without exchanging information with the other drivers is also classified as an uninsured motorist. However, if their identity is discovered and they do have insurance coverage, they are no longer considered an uninsured motorist.
The Uninsured Motorist Clause is a common part of automobile insurance policies. It provides coverage when you are involved in a collision with a driver who is uninsured.
If you have been in an accident with an uninsured motorist and your insurance policy includes an Uninsured Motorist Clause, you can collect from your insurance company. However, insurance companies are often motivated to offer the lowest settlements possible, so it is important to have an uninsured accident attorney advocating on your behalf to ensure you collect what you deserve.
If you’re in an accident with an uninsured motorist, contact us so we can help you get the compensation you deserve. We’ve helped over 25,000 injured people recover more than $400 million in our 65 years of practice. Schedule a free consultation today.