Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist
Where To Turn If You Are Injured By Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists
Car accidents occur with great frequency in Wisconsin. In many cases, drivers causing the accidents do not carry enough insurance coverage, if any at all. If you are injured by an uninsured motorist (UM) or underinsured motorist (UIM), you can file a UIM/UM claim with your own insurance.
The personal injury attorneys at Lein Law Offices in Hayward and in Winter serve as strong advocates for the rights and interests of injured Wisconsin residents. Call us today at 715-634-4273 to schedule a complimentary consultation.
Helping You Get The Compensation You Deserve
With every premium, you contribute to uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage. This coverage allows you to obtain compensation for accident-related expenses even if the at-fault driver was uninsured or underinsured. Unfortunately, some insurance companies are not always eager to take care of their customers.
By working with an experienced attorney early in the process, you can focus on recovering while your lawyer will focus on the details. At our Sawyer County firm, we communicate with the insurance company for you. In addition, we pursue compensation from all other legitimate sources to make certain you have the resources you need.
Protect your right to compensation. Regardless of how friendly the insurance representative is, do not settle before speaking with a lawyer.
Types Of Car Accidents In Wisconsin
We Care About Protecting Our Clients
The legal team at Lein Law Offices is concerned about you. When you choose our firm, you can be confident that we will aggressively protect your rights and pursue a course of action beneficial to you. We are experienced in handling all the details pertaining to accidents involving:
Contact Lein Law Offices to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Hayward, Wisconsin, workers’ compensation and personal injury lawyer. We are local attorneys serving the needs of our local clients since 1983.
Free consultations — Flexible office hours and appointments — In-home and hospital visits available — Call us toll free at (800) 944-3949.
An uninsured motorist is one that does not have an insurance policy at all. Underinsured, is the motorist that has insurance but the coverage is low.
Because of the very nature of a driver not having insurance, it can sometimes be a signal that pursuing a lawsuit may not be in your best interest. Unless that insurance lapsed by a type of human error, the uninsured driver most likely does not have the finances.