Injured In An Auto Accident? Here’s What You Should Know About Uninsured Motorist Insurance Coverage.
All drivers in California are required to bear financial responsibility if they are in an auto accident that injures another.
Most people fulfill this obligation by carrying proper car insurance. However, a great number of motorists ignore the requirement far too often. In these situations, drivers can protect themselves by purchasing what is known as uninsured motorist coverage.
By purchasing uninsured motorist coverage, if you are in an accident (whether as a driver, pedestrian, motorcyclist or bicyclist) with an at-fault driver who does not have the proper insurance to pay for your expenses, then your own policy would pay for the damage.
What If I Do Not Have Uninsured Auto Coverage?
If you are involved in an accident with an at-fault driver and you do not have uninsured coverage on your own policy, you cannot receive compensation from your insurance company — but you can still recover damages in a civil suit against the responsible party.
At the Law Offices of Robert G. Schock, we can assist.
Turning To Our Firm For Help
Our founding attorney, Robert Schock, helps individuals throughout Northern California who do not have proper insurance coverage file civil suits against at-fault parties to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, vehicle damage and more.
Robert’s expertise is unmatched by many of his competitors:
- He has more than five decades of experience litigating auto accident injury cases.
- He is considered one of the top 25 motor vehicle trial lawyers in the nation by The National Trial Lawyers.
- He has been invited to become a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, a reputable organization with membership exclusively reserved for well-qualified trial attorneys.
- He has recovered numerous settlements and awards.
Don’t Wait To Speak To A Lawyer
If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident and is worried about your future, schedule a consultation with Robert today to learn more about your options. Don’t wait. A delay can result in serious effects to your right to recover.
We offer free initial consultations at our Oakland and Concord offices. We can also arrange to meet you at home or the hospital. We serve all of Northern California.
Call 510-922-0887 today. We charge on a contingency fee basis and no upfront costs.