What if you are Hit by an Uninsured Driver?

What if you are Hit by an Uninsured Driver?

Louis calls in with a question about being hit in an auto accident by a driver who is uninsured. Louis is advised to go to his own insurance policy and look at his uninsured driver clause.

If he does not have an uninsured driver clause in his insurance policy, his only recourse is to make a claim against the assets of the driver who caused the accident.

If he does have an uninsured driver clause, then his own policy will cover the property damage from the auto accident.

If you would like to contact BJ Survant or Joe Boyd, they are located in Macon County with Reynolds, Horne & Survant Law Firm at (478) 405-0300 or 1-800-537-3239.

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O. Wendell Horne III

Bradley J. Survant

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Marty K. Senn

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