What Happens When You're In An Accident With An Uninsured Driver?

Most car accident claims are resolved by filing a claim against the negligent driver's insurance company for compensation under that driver's policy. What happens if you are in an accident with an uninsured driver? If a person has limited or no insurance, it is not likely that they are wealthy and could write a check for your losses.

It may be possible to file a claim against your own insurance company if you have uninsured or underinsured driver coverage. At the Fairfax, Virginia, law firm of Whitestone Young, PC, our personal injury trial lawyers can evaluate your options and help you determine the best way to proceed to secure compensation you deserve for your losses.

We Know How To Take On Insurance Companies

Many people don't expect their own insurance company to try to get out of benefits that their policy entitles them to. Unfortunately it happens all too frequently.

Our experienced personal injury attorneys handle these cases much the same way as we do other car accident cases. We will investigate your accident, evaluate the evidence and your insurance coverage, and help you determine the best way to proceed.

If your insurance company asks for your medical records, do not grant them access without talking to us first. Let us handle all of the interactions, so we can be sure that they are not trying to take advantage of you.

Get An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side Today

One of the things we always hear from frustrated clients is that they think the insurance companies do not respect them. We can change that.

To learn more, schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers today. Contact our office in Fairfax online or by calling 703-591-0200.