Was The Other Driver Uninsured?
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Injured In A Crash With An Uninsured Driver?

The law requires all drivers to carry auto insurance. However, a significant portion of people refuse to follow the law, and when they are involved in an accident, the results can be disastrous for people who have been injured. The good news is it is still possible to pursue the full and fair compensation you deserve even if the other party is uninsured or underinsured.

At the law firm of Bowers Fawcett & Hurst, LLC, our attorneys are dedicated to helping accident victims hold negligent parties accountable for their actions. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at 724-330-4780.

Exploring Your Options For Financial Recovery

If a negligent driver has no insurance or if their policy does not cover the full cost of your medical bills, lost wages and other damages, you can still pursue other means of recovery. Our lawyers will thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine liability and can negotiate with the negligent party. It may also be possible to negotiate with your insurance carrier to help you recover the compensation you need.

In some cases, there may be more than one party who is at fault. For example, if alcohol was a contributing factor in the crash, it may be possible to hold a bar or restaurant liable for serving a customer too much alcohol. In other instances, a manufacturing defect or faulty auto part may be partially to blame. You can rest assured that we will pursue every available avenue of compensation to help make you whole again.

Do Not Give Up Hope. Contact Us For A Free Consultation.

We understand the frustration that comes with being in an accident with an uninsured driver. That is why we are prepared to advocate tenaciously on your behalf. Call us at 724-330-4780 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. From our offices in Ambridge, we represent people throughout the greater Pittsburgh area, including Beaver County.