Cincinnati Personal Injury Attorneys Handling Under-insured and Uninsured Motorist Claims
If you have been injured in an accident and the other driver was uninsured or underinsured, you have some very practical concerns. If they did not carry the insurance to cover your medical bills and other expenses, who will?
Whether you were injured by a driver with no or inadequate insurance in Ohio or Kentucky, our lawyers can explain the claims process and help you seek fair compensation up to the maximum policy limit, which may include “stacking,” of your underinsured or uninsured motorist policy.
In these situations, you can seek compensation through your own uninsured/ underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM). At the Law Offices of Christopher L. Jackson L.L.C., we can explain your options and guide you through the process.
No-Fault Insurance Benefits in Kentucky
Kentucky is a no-fault state in regard to motor vehicle accidents. Accident victims can seek up to $10,000 against any damages you may recover. If you obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain or suffering beyond that $10,000, your insurance company will be reimbursed for the advance by the at-fault party or his or her insurance company.
If you have been injured in an auto accident in Kentucky, contact our firm so we can immediately begin seeking compensation through your PIP plan.
In a hit-and-run accident the identity of the other driver is generally not known. This is another situation where it is appropriate to seek compensation through your own underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage. As long as there is confirmation of the accident, you can make a claim against your policy.