Being involved in any accident on the road is usually a very negative experience. But when you find out the other driver doesn’t have insurance, a whole new level of panic comes to mind. The Accident Recovery Team receives many calls from clients regarding this unfortunate scenario. 

If you are involved in an accident with an uninsured motorist, you should know that your own auto insurance is responsible for coverage. Every auto policy issued in the State of Kansas is required to include uninsured motorist coverage. This means that your insurance company needs to step in if the other driver is uninsured. Your insurance should provide the very same coverage that you would have been afforded if the other driver had insurance.  

Know the Facts

Kansas law requires that all vehicle insurance policies include coverage for uninsured motorists. So as long as your auto insurance is in good standing, you have coverage in the event of an accident with someone who doesn’t have insurance. 

This may be a part of your policy that your insurance company doesn’t want to remind you of, but it’s there. In the experience of Accident Recovery Team, some insurance adjusters fail to mention this coverage when discussing the accident with their clients. Knowing the coverage included in your policy, is to your advantage. Having an experienced attorney on your side helps, too.

Get Help 

While state law requires all auto insurance plans in Kansas to include coverage for uninsured drivers, you need a strong team of car wreck expert attorneys to ensure fair compensation. The Accident Recovery Team diligently handles your case while you rebuild your life. 

If you were injured in an accident with an uninsured motorist, you are entitled to coverage benefits. Please reach out to the Accident Recovery Team to review the details of your case. The call is free and you never pay a fee until we win.