Statistics show that 1 in 8 drivers does not have insurance. So what do you do if you are injured by an uninsured driver? The short answer is as long as you have insurance and you meet a few minimum standards, you still have a valid claim under your policy’s Uninsured Motorist coverage. Every policy issued in the State of South Carolina must have minimum Uninsured Motorist limits of $25,000 and must at least equal the liability limits on your policy. If you have multiple vehicles in your household you may be able to stack your Uninsured Motorist coverage, which means multiplying your UM coverage by the number of vehicles in your household if you qualify as a class I insured.
If you have ever been injured in an accident with an uninsured driver, you still have rights, but the law can be confusing. It can be a nightmare if you don’t have someone in your corner with experience handling these claims. The Greenville personal injury attorneys at Hammack Law Firm have decades of experience getting justice for victims of uninsured drivers.
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If you have been in an accident with an individual that does not have insurance, contact Hammack Law Firm today. Our team of professionals are willing to give you a free consultation regarding your case and help you navigate your Uninsured Motorist claim. Do not wait when it comes to your health and your financials, call us at 864-326-3333. Relax, we’ve got your back.
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