North Carolina Uninsured Motorist Accident Attorney

Claims Involving Drivers with No Insurance

Many people aren’t aware of what uninsured motorist coverage is, or whether they even need it. However, every driver on the road should elect to have uninsured motorist coverage as it is a necessity for all. If you are hit by a driver with no insurance or insufficient coverage, your injuries will be your responsibility, and yours alone--unless you have uninsured motorist coverage. In North Carolina, the law does not allow drivers to reject uninsured motorist coverage.

Uninsured Claims Can Also Be Used for Hit and Runs

Many people wonder whether they will be able to make an uninsured motorist claim after they have been involved in a hit and run, but the answer is dependent on a number of factors. In order to make a successful claim under this specific coverage, you must immediately report your injuries and damages to your insurance company, as well as the authorities. Also, the vehicle must have made actual physical contact with yours, otherwise you will not be able to make an uninsured motorist claim. Since many drivers carry only the minimum coverage they are required to, as well as refrain from obtaining insurance altogether, uninsured motorist coverage is a vital part of protecting yourself.

Contact Our North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Today

At Twiggs, Strickland & Rabenau, we are a team of North Carolina personal injury lawyers who are dedicated to helping victims of catastrophic injury as well as family members of those deceased in wrongful death obtain the compensation they deserve. Our legal team feels a sincere sense of duty protecting those who have suffered at the hands of another, which is why with us on your side, you can rest assured you are in more than capable hands.

Schedule an initial consultation with us today. Contact us by calling (919) 701-8132.