New Mexico Attorney For Car Accidents Involving Uninsured And Underinsured Drivers
By law, all drivers in New Mexico must carry auto insurance. Unfortunately, many people fail to keep up with this requirement. It may not become an issue until the driver is involved in an accident. By that time, however, it is too late. If the driver that hit you is uninsured, the benefits provided by insurance coverage are not available at the critical time when they are needed the most. That said, your own insurance will cover you for uninsured motorist claims unless you have rejected such coverage.
Even if they do have auto insurance, some at-fault drivers may not have enough insurance to fairly compensate you or your loved ones for injuries they caused. In those circumstances, you may have a claim for underinsured motorist benefits from your own insurance policy.
If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver, do not panic. You should not suffer the consequences of the other driver’s failure to abide by the law. Fortunately, you will not be left with nothing, but it is important to seek legal counsel to navigate complicated insurance issues.
Helping You Build The Strongest Possible Case
Youngers Law, PA, a personal injury firm with a presence in Las Cruces and Santa Fe, handling uninsured driver cases on behalf of injury victims across New Mexico. Joleen Youngers has decades of legal experience, and she will work to help ease your burdens and get you the financial recovery you need to start piecing your life back together after a tragic accident.
Youngers Law, is not a high-volume firm that simply churns out one case after another. Instead, its attorney and her staff manage a smaller caseload so that they can devote individualized attention to every case. When you turn to her for help, attorney Youngers will listen to your story and address your concerns. Her goal is helping you make wise decisions about how to pursue your claim with an eye toward maximizing your recovery.
In every case, she and her staff work hard to build the strongest possible position from the outset.
What Do You Do Now?
Perhaps you were just involved in an accident and you’ve learned that the other driver has no insurance or not enough insurance. They have little income and no assets. How can you obtain coverage for your medical bills, vehicle damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering?
Generally, your own insurance policy must step in to provide coverage for these losses. However, it can be difficult to get the insurance company to step forward and fulfill its obligation. Much legal wrangling is often necessary to obtain the full coverage you are entitled to. Ms. Youngers can walk you through each step of the process, including navigating any insurance claims disputes that may arise.