22. January 2017 · Comments Off on Hit and Run Accidents · Categories: Car Accident, Personal Injury · Tags:

Hit and Run Accidents

Hit and Run Accidents occur everyday. Automobile accidents are extremely costly: Medical bills, Lost time on the job, and Vehicle property damage all add up quickly. Generally this damage is covered by the at-fault driver’s insurance policy. If you have been injured by an uninsured or unknown at-fault driver contact the Franklin Personal Injury Attorney for your free consultation.

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When you are injured by a hit and run driver and the driver is not able to be identified, then your own car insurance company will bear the financial responsibility. The recovery mechanism depends on whether you live in a fault or no-fault state.

 

If you live in Tennessee, then you can receive compensation from your insurance carrier by filing an uninsured motorist claim, as Tennessee is a ‘fault’ state. This kind of system focuses on determining who is legally liable for causing the car wreck, and makes it the responsibility of the at-fault parties to pay for losses associated with the crash.

What is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

Uninsured motorist coverage (UM) is a mandatory insurance coverage in Tennessee that provides coverage when the at-fault driver has insufficient or is without insurance coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage also covers hit-and-run drivers, since the driver is unknown and thus cannot be located to determine insurance coverage. UM coverage will cover your damages suffered as a result of the accident.

Injured in a Hit-and-Run Accident? George is Here to Help!

You don’t pay unless George wins your case. Why leave insurance money on the table? If you are injured due to an accident caused by a driver who fled the scene or without insurance then contact George Angelopoulos today.

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This is Attorney Advertising and is not legal advice. Many factors could influence your Personal Injury Case. Compensation is not guaranteed.

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