Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Accidents

You may have thought your uninsured motorist (UM) and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage would be there in the event of an accident.

Now that it’s happened, you might be shocked that your insurance company is fighting your claim. Where’s the protection you were promised?

27261559-call1It’s outrageous when a consumer doesn’t get what they paid for. We see these problems every day, and our accident team has the experience and knowledge to fight back and get the compensation you paid for every month with good money and in good faith.

Uninsured Drivers in Pennsylvania

There are a lot of uninsured drivers in PA. That’s why you have the insurance, and why you may have increased your coverage limits. If your company finds a way to avoid payment, you could find yourself in deep financial trouble without the safety net you thought you purchased. It’s not fair, and we will fight your cause with every law on the books. Count on that, because Jim Ronca helped write the insurance law in the state.

About UM and UIM Coverage

Both UM and UIM are optional coverage in Pennsylvania. UM coverage applies to you, your family and your passengers for injuries if the driver at fault in your accident is uninsured. UIM applies to the same people for injuries caused by an at-fault driver who does not have enough insurance to cover your claim. Neither policies cover property damage.

When the Insurance Company Says “No”

You need someone with the tenacity and a track record of standing up to insurance companies that try to deny compensation under UM or UIM coverage. Call our attorneys now to get a free consult about your legal options. If there’s a legal reason why you should be paid, we’ll find it.

Don’t get stuck with bills you shouldn’t have to pay. Contact our accident team at Anapol Schwartz immediately make sure you get the compensation you deserve.

Call us: (866) 735-2792

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    • You need to visit your physician before insurance will cover medical expenses. Get a copy of your doctor’s report that details your accident injuries.
    • You may need a company letter verifying you missed work because of injuries in an auto accident.
    • Auto accident attorney Jim Ronca has more than 30 years experience working on car and truck accident cases.