Legal Guidance After A Crash With An Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist

Typically, uninsured motorist coverage protects injured drivers if the at-fault driver has no insurance. Uninsured motorist coverage can also apply when someone is injured in an accident with an unidentified hit-and-run vehicle. If you have uninsured motorist coverage and are in an accident with an uninsured motorist, you can collect from your insurance company to recoup damages.

Speak To Us Before Settling With The Insurance Company

Some underinsured motorist policies do not require the insurance company to pay if the insured person has settled with the other driver's insurance company for the incorrect amount of money. This can be a very costly mistake; without the assistance of a skilled uninsured motorist lawyer, the insurance companies often will underpay, delay or deny payment of benefits to their own policyholders.

If you or someone close to you was involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver, contact an experienced attorney before settling any portion of your claim.

At Sweeney, Sweeney & Sweeney, APC, we have represented many motorists making uninsured motorist claims against their insurance companies, and we are prepared to demand that your insurance company fully compensate you for all of the damages that would have been covered if the other driver had been fully insured. We provide aggressive representation in this area in order to maximize your results.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss an accident with one of our local Temecula lawyers, call 951-331-3277 or contact us throughout our convenient online form. We are a family-owned law firm, and we are here to help.