Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Claims
Insurance issues are one of the first things that come up after a car accident. Knowing how much coverage you should be getting and whether the offer the insurance adjuster has made to you is appropriate is something that most individuals are unaware of. It is important that you are represented by an experienced personal injury lawyer who understands these issues and can guide you through the legal process of making a claim.
At Bredell & Bredell, we have been representing injured victims since 1984. Our attorneys handle all types of motor vehicle accidents, including truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and accidents involving complex insurance issues. We have offices located in Jackson and Ypsilanti, and we serve clients throughout the state of Michigan.
Minimum Car Insurance In Michigan
Many people do not have enough car insurance. If you are hit by a driver who does not have enough insurance to cover the cost of your injuries, you still may be able to get coverage through your own policy. Many people have uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, which protects them in the event that they are hit by someone who does not have enough (or any) insurance. We can easily determine if you have this type of coverage and work to maximize the benefits that you receive.
What If I Am Hit By An Uninsured/Underinsured Driver?
We frequently represent people in uninsured/underinsured motorist claims and claims involving no-fault insurance in Michigan. Our attorneys know how to interpret the language in policies and how to negotiate with adjusters to make certain you are treated fairly.
Contact Our Lawyers Today
Even if the driver who hit you did not have insurance or enough insurance to cover your losses, you have options for having your expenses paid. Contact us online or call us at 734-482-5000 to schedule a flexible, no-risk consultation. Home and hospital visits can be arranged when needed. We handle cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not get paid unless a recovery is made on your claim.