Have you been injured in a car accident?
The lawyers at Strick Schnasse have experience with uninsured motorist cases. When someone is involved in an automobile accident, where the person responsible for the accident is uninsured or under-insured, oftentimes the injured person must make a claim against his or her own insurance company.
For this claim to be valid, they must first have purchased Uninsured / Under-insured Motorist Coverage. California law requires that all auto insurance liability carriers offer this type of coverage – it does not require that individuals purchase that coverage.
Once it is determined that the injured person has Uninsured / Under-insured Motorist Coverage and the person responsible for the accident is uninsured or under-insured, the relationship between the injured person and his/her insurance company becomes adversarial, and it is recommended that the injured person retain an attorney to assist them with that claim.
In an uninsured / under-insured motorist situation, the insurance company becomes the responsible party, and generally, a claim must be prepared as if it were to go to trial in order to properly arbitrate the case. It is recommended that anyone involved in an accident involving uninsured / under-insured motorist coverage, contact a Bay Area car accident attorney familiar with the issues relative to these types of claims.
The Strick Law Firm handles all Uninsured / Under-Insured Cases on a contingency fee basis. A client only pays attorney fees if a recovery is obtained. There is no charge for an initial consultation.
If you have been injured by an Uninsured or Under-Insured Driver please do not speak to a representative of the insurance company without first speaking to an experienced Bay Area car accident attorney at the Strick Schnasse Lawyers. We know how to protect your rights! Call Strick Schnasse Lawyers to discuss your case. Our Bay Area car accident attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. It costs you nothing to learn if our experts can Right Your Wrong! Contact us today.