You can be the most careful driver in the world, that doesn’t ensure you will never be in an auto accident. When you do get into an accident; one of the things you cannot control is how much insurance another party carries. When another driver has an insured vehicle but the insurance just isn’t enough to cover your personal injury or property damage; that person is considered an under-insured motorist.
There are usually two kinds of coverage that you can get to help with another driver’s possible under-insurance; bodily injury coverage and property damage coverage. Bodily injury coverage is required by some states, and is more common for a motorist to have on an auto insurance policy. Property damage coverage is not offered everywhere and many states do not require it be carried.
When in an accident, an insured motorist may not have more than the minimum insurance required by state, you may find that your costs and damages are not fully covered.
Martin’s Mill Legal Center can get you the help you need and deserve. We have the experience dealing with underinsured motorist claims and doing what needs to be done to get you the maximum payout for your case.
Leo M. Flynn, Esquire can help you decide what should be done to get you justice.
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