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Appleton Accident Attorneys Handling Uninsured Motorist Claims
Helping clients throughout the Fox Valley recover financial compensation
In Wisconsin, having an insurance policy in place that protects you and your property from uninsured drivers can prevent you from being responsible for big losses down the road. Driving without insurance is always dangerous, but many drivers fail to carry automobile insurance. Your own uninsured motorist’s coverage provides coverage for your injuries caused by uninsured drivers and helps guard against the possibility of an uninsured driver costing you thousands of dollars after an accident. The attorneys at Bollenbeck Fyfe, S.C., analyze the details surrounding your accident, analyze your existing coverage and decide the best course to take when securing compensation for your injuries. Insurance policies can be extremely complex, especially when dealing with an uninsured party. With more than 100 combined years of experience, our staff has the knowledge you need to get the coverage you deserve.
How We Handle Uninsured Motorists
Wisconsin’s Financial Responsibility law requires Wisconsin Drivers to carry minimum insurance coverage. However, Wisconsin law has under gone several contradictory changes since 2009, initially raising and then lowering the required minimum coverage. Wisconsin law requires drivers of all motor vehicle accidents to show proof of insurance at all accidents, however, this don’t mean that everyone has actually gotten coverage. Uninsured motorists are liable for fines however, many drivers still drive without insurance coverage.
If you were injured in an accident caused by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, our attorneys work to establish who was at fault for your accident, examine your existing insurance coverage and establish a proper plan to get you the appropriate compensation for your injuries. With an insurance policy that guards against uninsured drivers, this compensation will come from your insurance company, not from the other driver.
One of the most complex types of case for insurance companies to deal with is hit-and-run accidents. In this type of case, the at-fault driver cannot be identified, leaving victims with no insurance recourse outside of their own policy. However, it is still possible to receive coverage from your own insurance company after a hit-and-run accident. Our attorneys have the knowledge necessary to understand your policy and develop a legal strategy to recover damages for you.
Contact An Experienced Law Firm In Appleton, Wisconsin.
If you have sustained injuries as a result of an automobile accident involving an uninsured driver, call Bollenbeck Fyfe, S.C., at 920-735-1711 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. We work on a contingency basis and offer free consultations on all personal injury cases. Our office is located in Appleton on College Avenue, one block east from the Appleton International Airport.