Uninsured Motorist Coverage
You’re hitting the open road, expecting a nice drive and whether you’re on your way to work or out for a casual Sunday ride, it’s the last thing you’ll want; to get into a car crash.
You’re hurt. Your car is damaged and to make matters worse, the other driver, who was at-fault, only has the minimum amount of insurance or… none at all.
So what do you do now? You may be left with some hefty out-of-pocket expenses like medical bills and health insurance deductibles and what about missed work and lost wages?
Charlie Draper of the Draper Law Office offers some sound advice:
“Uninsured motorist coverage is not mandatory in Florida, but it will add extra coverage for you and the passengers in your vehicle. It helps you pay for damages caused by a driver who doesn’t have car insurance. This coverage will assist with costs, up to the limits in your policy.”
Recent statistics show that one in four Florida drivers do not have coverage or do not have enough coverage for your expenses after an accident.
The road will be smoother, if you have Uninsured Motorist Coverage.
If you’ve been in a crash, you will want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney on your side to fight for the compensation you deserve.
Remember in times of need you can trust Draper Law Office.