Insurance Coverage Can Be Complex — Turn to an Experienced Advocate
There are many types of insurance coverage you may be able to purchase. Some coverage is required, while others are optional. Insurance policies can be complex with language written in the policies difficult for the average person to understand. If you are in an auto accident, the insurance company may try to limit or deny your claim, pointing to obscure language in a policy. Don’t fall for their scare tactics.
At the The Eichholz Law Firm, our experienced attorneys understand insurance companies, their regulations and the state law. You need a knowledgeable lawyer on your side. Call or email our firm today for a free consultation. A delay may affect your rights to compensation.
Most states have laws requiring drivers to carry a minimum amount of liability coverage. If you cause an accident, your liability coverage will pay for damages to others, including medical bills and property damage.
Georgia requires drivers to carry minimum bodily injury liability limits of $25,000 per insured person, or a total of $50,000 per accident. Drivers also must carry minimum property damage liability of $25,000.
Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Benefits
You can pursue a claim through your own uninsured or underinsured motorist bodily injury coverage if another driver is uninsured or underinsured and causes an accident. Georgia does not require this type of insurance coverage, but it is wise to purchase in case you are involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist.
Several other types of optional coverage generally are available for drivers. You can consult with your insurance agent or an attorney about the kinds of coverage that work best for you and your family.
Contact an Auto Accident Lawyer
Insurance companies may try to limit or deny your claim. We stand up for our clients and demand full compensation from the insurance companies. If you or a loved one was injured, contact a personal injury attorney with our firm today. Your initial consultation with The Eichholz Law Firm is free, and there is no obligation. We look forward to discussing your legal options: Call (866) 947-7449.