Kansas Under-insured/Uninsured Motorist Claims
Even though it is required by law that all drivers have at least liability insurance, unfortunately many drivers are on the road with little or no insurance. If you have been injured in an accident with a driver who has no insurance or not enough insurance, it is unsettling to think of how your medical bills, lost wages and other expenses will be covered.
At Power Law Group we will educate you about your rights and will help you take the correct steps to ensure your rights are protected. Uninsured motorist coverage is mandatory in Kansas and under-insured motorist coverage is mandatory in Missouri. As part of your own insurance policy, both uninsured and under-insured policies can provide compensation in the event you were injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver.
After a car accident involving an uninsured/under-insured motorist
After you have been involved in a car accident with another vehicle who doesn’t have sufficient insurance to cover expenses, you might feel helpless. However, gathering as much information about the accident as possible could help you later. Try to record every detail you can remember about the scene of the collision. Here are a few suggestions:
- Location of the accident
- Time and date of the accident
- Where were you going when the accident occurred?
- Weather conditions
- Police officer’s name dealing with the accident
- Were you or the other driver using a cell phone at the time of the accident?
- Contact information for any witnesses
- Names and addresses of any passengers
Power Law Group offers support and assistance
At Power Law Group we will help you understand and protect your rights. We are knowledgeable about complex insurance claims and will do our best to help you get maximum compensation for your loss. We are here to help you, not the insurance company. Contact Power Law Group for a free initial consultation.