Not every motorist traveling on Ohio roads carries auto insurance. Unfortunately, if you are injured by one of these uninsured or underinsured motorists while driving in Columbus, it may take more effort than you think to obtain the compensation you need to cover your medical expenses and other damages.
If you have been in an auto accident with someone who lacks adequate insurance, you will have several questions about what you need to do after your accident to recover compensation.
Your own insurance company could be required to cover the expenses associated with your crash if you are injured by an uninsured driver. It will begin reaching out to you soon after the accident, because it knows you are depending upon it for financial support at this time.
Even though it is your insurance company, it is not specifically concerned with your best interests. Before you accept an offer, talk to an experienced personal injury attorney at The Keating Firm LTD. We will provide you with a comprehensive overview of your case and walk you through all of your options.
The longer you wait to protect your personal injury claim, the more challenging it will be to recover the compensation you need at this difficult time. If you are having trouble receiving a fair offer from an insurance company, you need to take action. Our experienced personal injury attorney, Brad Keating, has over 10 years of experience working on cases involving underinsured or uninsured motorists.
We will aggressively pursue recovery from those responsible for your damages. If they are unwilling to make us a fair offer, we will help you decide whether you wish to pursue your case inside the courtroom. We prepare claims for trial from the very beginning, and we will not let you be bullied into making a decision that threatens your future.
To schedule a free case evaluation with our skilled attorney, call 866-836-HURT (4878) or send us an email. For our Columbus clients, we have an office in Gahanna and can be reached by calling 844-333-7243. We are also available to meet with you at your residence or at the hospital, if you are unable to travel due to your injuries.