Your Own Car Insurance May Fill The Gap
As a responsible person who has car insurance as required by law, it can be difficult to understand why someone would drive with no insurance or with very little insurance. If you have been injured by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, your own insurance policy may have the coverage you need.
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At Ellis Law Offices in Worcester, Massachusetts, our personal injury attorneys examine all the options available when it comes to assuring that our clients have the car accident injury compensation they need and deserve.
- Did you purchase uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage when you bought your policy? It is an option most people select, because it has a relatively low cost and it is important protection for you and your passengers.
- When you use uninsured motorist or underinsured motorist coverage, your insurance company acts as the at-fault driver’s insurance company. If you have questions or concerns about using that part of your policy, be assured that your rates will not go up on the basis of an at-fault driver’s actions.
Deciphering the fine print on a car insurance policy can be difficult, but that is what the personal injury lawyers at Ellis Law Offices do. We understand the policies, we understand your rights, and we want you to have the compensation you need to recover from your accident injuries.
Auto crash injuries come with pain, medical bills, other expenses and, often, lost wages. Uninsured, underinsured and med pay motorist coverage can help you bridge the gap of all those expenses and help you move on with your life.