A frightening car accident involves a great deal of stress, particularly if you have suffered serious injuries. And stress is only compounded when the responsible party is an uninsured or underinsured driver lacking coverage to pay for the injuries you have endured. If you’ve been denied coverage or are currently battling with your insurance company there are still options you can pursue.
Ask yourself the following:
At Kandell & Kandell, we represent clients who have been victimized by the careless actions of uninsured or underinsured motorists.
In the state of Florida, car insurance contains provisions for uninsured and underinsured motorists. For example, if the negligent driver has $10,000 in coverage but your injuries are valued at $100,000 your insurance may cover the balance of $90,000.
Uninsured/underinsured protection provides insured drivers with the peace of mind that they will be covered in the event that they are injured by a driver who has little or no insurance. However, this peace of mind can quickly become a high level of aggravation when the insurance company delays or denies a valid injury claim under your policy.
We help level the playing field against well-financed insurance companies. Wrongfully denying claims or engaging in bad faith practices often discourages claimants who end up dropping the matter entirely. It is a money-saving technique often exercised after policyholders have paid their premiums for years without ever making a claim. We aggressively advocate for our clients and make the insurance company abide by the terms of your coverage.