Was An Uninsured Or Underinsured Driver At Fault?

It hardly seems fair. The other driver caused the accident, and yet you're the one who suffered the injuries. It's even worse when the other driver doesn't have enough insurance coverage to reimburse you for your medical bills and other damages. In this situation, do you have any options?

Yes, you do. The good news is that your own uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage may cover your expenses, and I can help you make the most of it. I am personal injury attorney Steven L. Morgan, and I have represented numerous injured individuals like you over the past 20 years. From my Brunswick office, I am available to help you anywhere in Glynn County and the surrounding areas of Georgia.

UM/UIM Coverage Is Often Useful In Hit-And-Run Accidents

In many hit-and-run accidents, it is impossible for the police to locate the at-fault driver. This means that the only option you have for recovering money is your own insurance policy. Let me guide you through the legal details if you have been the victim of a hit-and-run.

Don't Be Surprised If Your Insurance Company Is Reluctant To Pay

Many people with UM/UIM coverage find that obtaining fair compensation through their own insurance company is often difficult. Despite years of paying monthly premiums on time, you may find that the insurance company denies or minimizes your claim.

As your lawyer, I can fight to get the full amount of compensation you are due. You don't have to battle the insurance company on your own. I am here to help.

To learn more, call Steven L. Morgan, P.C. at 912-289-0640, or send me an email today. I offer a free initial consultation, and I charge only contingency fees in auto accident cases.