What If You Were Hit By A Driver With No Insurance?
Richard Schwartz: If you're involved in an accident and there is not any insurance on the adverse party or the person at fault, there are still possibilities of making recovery. One of the possibilities is to look at your own insurance. If you have full coverage insurance on the vehicle that you were in or any vehicle in your household, then you can make an uninsured motorist claim for your injuries. If there is no uninsured motorist claim coverage, then you can make a claim directly against that at-fault party, get a judgment against that particular person, and try to collect on that judgment.
How Much Does an Attorney Get Paid for a Workers' Comp Case?
Many people wonder if an attorney is necessary when pursuing worker's compensation ...