What You Should Know About Your Auto Insurance Policy

If you are injured in an Atlanta car accident, you may assume that everything will be covered since you have auto insurance. But what if the insurance company denies your claim, doesn't give you a fair settlement value for the loss of your vehicle, doesn't pay your full wages for time away from work, or denies paying part of your medical bills? You may think your insurance policy covers everything, but does it?

If you are getting conflicting information about what your insurance policy covers, you need to speak with a knowledgeable Georgia lawyer to review your auto insurance policy.

Underinsured/Uninsured Coverage

If you were injured by a motorist who did not have insurance, or did not have enough insurance, then you will want to make sure that you have underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage on your policy. Although Georgia law doesn't require this type of additional insurance, it is important to have it so that your damages and losses associated with the car crash are covered.

The purpose of getting insurance is to cover your financial losses related to an accident, so don't you want to make sure that you have enough coverage to protect you after an Atlanta car crash?

Talk to an Atlanta accident attorney.

Your recovery typically depends on the amount of your insurance coverage, the individual responsible for the accident, the extent of your injuries, and the skill of your lawyer.

Even if you only have the minimum auto insurance required under Georgia law, you can still bring a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent driver. Speak with a skilled Atlanta personal injury lawyer at Kalka & Baer LLC to understand your insurance policy and your rights.

Call us today for a free consultation.

Categories: Auto Accidents