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When An Uninsured Or Underinsured Motorist Caused Your Accident

It is bad enough to cope with injuries or the death of a family member in a car accident. Then when you learn that the other driver’s negligence caused the crash and did not have enough insurance to cover your losses, you may wonder how to cope. This can be a difficult situation, but the good news may be that your own car insurance will cover your expenses and other losses.

Using your own insurance policy under Ohio law will not cause your insurance rates to go up.

Your Insurer May Be The Source Of Compensation — But Also Put Up Roadblocks. Get A Skilled Attorney On Your Side.

However, even though your insurance company should compensate you in this case, do not expect your claims adjusters to offer all information or advantages you qualify for. It is common for people to have to fight for what is rightfully theirs in such cases. This is where our advanced legal knowledge comes in. The attorneys at Klein & Carney Co., LLC, have helped many people overcome great odds in the aftermath of car accidents involving motorists without insurance or with inadequate insurance.

Let us explain how we can help you recover money to pay your hospital bills and replace your lost wages after a car accident when the other driver was both negligent and uninsured. Our years of experience can be an asset in your case.

Contact us online, or call our offices day or night at 216-502-3947 for a free initial consultation. Discuss your car accident involving an uninsured or underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) with an experienced Cleveland lawyer.

Understand Your Rights After A Car Accident Involving An Underinsured Driver

We welcome your inquiry at Klein & Carney Co., LLC, in Cleveland after a serious car crash involving an uninsured motorist in Ohio. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to discuss your injury claim or lawsuit.

You may reach us at 216-502-3947 or send an email message. We want to help get your case moving toward the goal of recovering compensation for your injuries and losses.

Larry S. Klein and Christopher J. Carney