What If The Other Driver Doesn’t Have Insurance Coverage?
Watch this video by experienced South Carolina car accident lawyer Matthew Breen to learn how to protect your rights if you’ve been injured in a car accident and the other driver doesn’t have insurance or adequate insurance coverage.
If you or someone you love was injured in a motor vehicle due to the carelessness, recklessness, or wrongful conduct of another, contact Lowcountry Law, LLC for a free consultation. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
Were you or a loved one injured in a car accident in South Carolina, and the driver of the other vehicle was uninsured or underinsured?
If the other driver doesn’t have insurance, South Carolina is a very good state to live in because we mandate that every driver have uninsured motorist coverage of the minimum limit of $25,000. So your rights will be protected.
It’s a little difficult to go through because you’ll be claiming on your own insurance, but it won’t be fault coverage it will show up as it’s been your fault in the accident. They’ll go after the at-fault driver who doesn’t have insurance. But what you definitely need, especially in an uninsured motorist claim, since it gets into the throes of the insurance industry, is an attorney like me by your side, who deals with that every single day to help you.
If you or someone you love was injured in a car accident in South Carolina, it’s crucial you contact an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights. Schedule a free consultation with dedicated South Carolina car accident attorney Matthew Breen and let his experience work for you.