Laws regulating insurance for motorists vary from state to state, but no matter what state you’re in, you are required to carry certain amounts of coverage. North Carolina requires drivers to have the minimum amount of car insurance: $60,000 for total damages, $25,000 for the injury or death of a single person and $25,000 for property damage. But the reality is the minimum amount of insurance sometimes isn’t enough to cover the costs associated with certain accidents. And in some cases, some drivers don’t have any insurance at all. If you have an accident caused by an uninsured or underinsured driver, you might think you have no way to be compensated for your injuries. Don’t be so sure. In North Carolina, Wilmington car accident lawyer Richard Flexner has been helping people involved in car accidents caused by uninsured drivers for decades. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Richard Flexner know how to thoroughly investigate accidents and get people the compensation they rightfully deserve, no matter what type of car accident. You may be able to pursue a claim against your own insurance company if you are a victim of an uninsured/underinsured motorist accident. Your uninsured motorist policy can pay for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other potential losses. We can help you pursue maximum compensation for your uninsured or underinsured driver insurance claim.
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Dealing with insurance companies after you’ve been involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver can be extremely difficult. They might try to tell you there’s nothing they can do to help you. Or they may make you an offer that doesn’t even come close to covering the costs of your accident. Don’t fall for their tricks. Often, insurance companies are willing to pay more than their first offer. And we can push them to do just that. Too often, too many people only worry about the short-term costs of serious personal injury accidents. The Law Offices of Richard Flexner think differently. We think about how much money you will need to cover all your accident-related expenses many years down the road. Will you need physical therapy, operations or round-the-clock medical care? Will you be able to move around normally? Will you be unable to work for several weeks, months or years? We think about all these factors. We make sure your life stays on track.
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