When The Other Driver Lacks Insurance

Are You Out Of Luck?

If you've been involved in a car crash where the other driver had no insurance, or not enough insurance to pay for your injuries, you may not be out of options. At Witherington Law, PLLC, we can evaluate your situation and determine if you may have other resources available to help pay for your recovery. Don't assume the worst before speaking with a lawyer.

Check Your Own Insurance

Whether the other driver sped away or simply had minimal insurance that won't cover your costs, the first place to look is to your own insurance. You may have a provision in your insurance plan that pays for situations like these, where the other driver had inadequate or no insurance to pay for injuries.

What If Your Insurance Doesn't Help?

If you know who hit you and you know that person doesn't have insurance, you may be able to sue them if they were at fault for the crash. It's possible, however, that someone who doesn't carry adequate car insurance may not be able to pay you money in a lawsuit, either. Depending on the circumstances of your crash, there still may be other sources of compensation for your claim. Make sure to speak with a lawyer to explore every potential option for your recovery.

Call An Attorney Today

Schedule your free initial consultation at our Nashville, Tennessee, law office today by calling Witherington Law at 615-679-9980, or by writing to us online. We look forward to evaluating your case and determining how we might be able to help.