What if you are in an auto accident where another driver is at fault, but they do not carry enough insurance to cover your injuries and damage to your vehicle? They may have no insurance at all. Suing negligent drivers personally is often unrealistic and many people must turn to their own insurance company to cover vehicle repairs and medical expenses. Many auto insurance policies offer uninsured motorist / underinsured motorist coverage to cover these types of situations.
Auto insurance companies work hard to avoid paying claims in auto accidents. They take advantage of superior legal resources and look for creative ways to shift blame, and reduce or eliminate payments when they are unsuccessful. Many even try to avoid paying claims on valid uninsured motorist / underinsured motorist claims.
Contact the Law Firm of Connell & Foresta in the Boston area, for a free initial consultation. We help people in Massachusetts recover fair compensation when they have nowhere else to turn.
We Can Help When Your Insurance Company Won't
The Massachusetts personal injury attorneys, confidently represent clients seeking just compensation when their insurance companies refuse to honor under- or uninsured-motorist coverage.
Our experienced lawyers are well-versed in uninsured motorist law and state minimum liability insurance requirements. We strive to provide you with relevant information about your legal rights and options to help you make effective decisions about your case.
Connell and Foresta is an exclusive personal injury law firm. We understand the intricacies of this type of law, and finding you fair compensation for your injuries is our primary goal. Whether you are a victim in an auto accident, or dealing with an insurance company lawsuit related to an uninsured motorist / underinsured motorist claim, you don't have to face the challenge alone.
Schedule a free consultation regarding an uninsured or underinsured motorist concern by contacting our Massachusetts law firm. No legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.