Uninsured Motorist

"Uninsured motorist" means that the person responsible for your injuries is operating a vehicle without any insurance coverage and "underinsured motorist" means that the person responsible for your injuries has not purchased adequate coverage. If you are involved in a car accident with an uninsured/underinsured driver, and they are at fault, your insurance company is supposed to be there to handle your losses. Your insurance company is required by law to include uninsured motorist coverage as part of every automobile policy written, unless you specifically decline it, in writing. Coverage is usually designated on the face page of your automobile insurance policy by the letter or letters "U" or "UM".

If you or your family member suffered from an auto accident in this condition, you need to contact us immediately. Here at Traylor & Davis, we are dedicated to aggressively standing up for you to protect your legal rights and fight for the right value of compensation that you deserve.

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