If the other driver was not carrying the required insurance, your attorney will examine your own policy to determine if you have Med Pay or Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UIM) coverage.
If you have UIM, you will be able to make a claim for damages with your own insurance company.
In some cases, your insurer may deny that you have UIM coverage, but if they cannot produce a signed statement from you stating that you were offered the coverage and declined it, Elk Grove-based experienced attorneys John M. O'Brien & Grant Zehnder who are familiar with the state’s insurance law may be able to compel the company to pay your claim.
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