Even When The Other Driver Doesn't Have Insurance, Legal Options May Be Available

While Arizona drivers are required to carry auto insurance, many do not or are underinsured. Because of this, all insurance carriers are required to offer uninsured or underinsured insurance. You do have the right to refuse this coverage, but it is still on your policy unless you explicitly document that you have denied this coverage.

It is important to note that this coverage is limited to medical and personal injury compensation only. In fact, while compensation for vehicle damage must typically come from a different source, compensation for medical bills and pain and suffering may come from your own insurance company.

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, it is important to reach out to an experienced personal injury lawyer to ensure you are fairly compensated. This is true even though you are working with your own insurance company ― after all, insurance companies will use any excuse not to pay a claim.

Contact Harris Powers & Cunningham For Help Today

Our attorneys have obtained tens of millions for clients in more than 30 years of practice ― and we will use this experience to help you obtain the maximum recovery possible. We will work directly with you and carefully explain your legal rights as they pertain to uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Contact us today and learn how we can help protect you.

Harris Powers & Cunningham can accommodate even the most serious uninsured motorist claims with effective legal action. Call our Phoenix office today at 602-910-6779 to talk with one of our attorneys about your situation. You can also reach us online. We offer FREE initial consultations, so what are you waiting for?