Imagine you are in an auto accident; and the person who inflicted damages to you had no insurance. Sadly, in Pennsylvania, this is the case. In our Commonwealth there is a law in place, which requires motor vehicle owners to carry a minimum of insurance for liability. When you are in a situation like this, the Assigned Claims Plan may able to help you recover some of your damages.
Many folks ask the question, what happens when I’m walking down the street and am hit by a car by an uninsured motorist? I have no car and no insurance, how can I pay for my bills? If you live in PA and meet all the criteria of the plan, you may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses and other additional damages. When you are in a car accident that involves an uninsured motorist or unidentified driver (hit-run) what to do next can be very confusing and unclear.
If you have suffered personal injury and believe you are entitled to recover damages under The Pennsylvania Assigned Claims Plan, or have questions about it, please contact the Martin Mills Legal Center, LLC., and speak to attorney Leo M. Flynn, Esquire. Call now 215-305-6222!
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