Auto Accidents With Uninsured Drivers

Fact: Uninsured and underinsured motorists cause accidents

They often cause accidents with injuries – serious injuries that require expensive medical treatment.

If you’ve been injured by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, you’re probably worried about medical bills. Who’s going to pay them? Will your insurance cover all or some of the costs? If you were a passenger, will the driver’s insurance cover your costs?

While it can be difficult to seek compensation when an accident involves an uninsured motorist, there may still be a way to get paid. At Farah & Farah, we can help you find a path to financial relief.

You want to get your life back on track and cover all your bills, and we understand that. Our attorneys help you obtain the compensation you deserve, so you can take back what they took away.

Collecting from uninsured motorists is hard. WE MAKE IT EASIER.

As experienced car accident attorneys, our team understands the stakes in collisions involving uninsured and underinsured motorists. While every accident is unique, we strive to help you:

  • Avoid signing a liability release that prevents you from seeking compensation
  • Determine whether your insurance policy or another driver’s policy will cover your costs
  • Negotiate bills with the medical providers who treated you
  • Find a physician to document your injuries and provide treatment
  • Recover the fair market value of your vehicle from before the accident
  • Recover any lost wages resulting from your inability to work
  • Rent a car, so you can get back to work
  • Complete complicated forms from insurance companies and hospitals
  • Purchase quality uninsured motorist coverage to avoid future hardship

Our goal is to help you get your life back on track. Since the day of the accident, everything has been harder. You’re worried about bills, and you want to get back to work. We’re here to help make things normal again.

Why UNINSURED AND UNDERINSURED Motorists Wreak So Much Havoc

In Florida, drivers are not required to carry bodily injury (BI) coverage. What’s more, the minimum uninsured motorist (UM) coverage is just $10,000. That might sound like a lot, but medical bills can quickly exceed that amount.

Even if a driver has insurance, they might not have enough insurance to cover your costs.

When someone with no BI coverage injures you in an accident, there’s no insurance money available to that motorist to cover your bills. That’s why it’s a good idea to get more UM coverage than the law requires. $100,000 or more UM coverage is a good baseline for avoiding financial problems.