Uninsured And Underinsured Motorists

Under Connecticut law, all motorists are supposed to carry a certain amount of auto insurance coverage. This requirement is meant to ensure that all drivers and passengers are protected in case of a crash. Unfortunately, many drivers do not maintain proper insurance. When those drivers become involved in auto accidents, all parties can face significant challenges.

Even if you have upheld your responsibility and maintained your insurance policy, you may have difficulty securing compensation for your losses after an accident with an uninsured driver. At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., we have extensive experience representing people who have been hurt in accidents with uninsured and underinsured motorists.

What Can I Do If The Other Driver Wasn't Insured?

In most car accident cases, the responsible driver's insurance company is supposed to cover medical expenses and other damages. Without insurance, the at-fault driver may be personally liable for those damages — but few individuals have the financial means to fulfill that obligation.

If you are having trouble getting compensated for your legitimate expenses after a motor vehicle accident, do not give up. There are several options for pursuing the recovery you need, including a claim under your own insurance policy or that of another responsible party. Drawing on decades of experience, our attorneys will leave no stone unturned to maximize the compensation that is available to you.

Visit our Auto Insurance FAQ and learn more about the complex insurance issues that arise in car accident claims.

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At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., we handle all personal injury matters on a contingency basis, which means you will not pay us a penny unless we recover compensation for you. To learn more about your rights and schedule a free consultation with a lawyer, please contact us at 203-800-7343 or 888-692-7403 toll free.