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    Getting In An Accident With An Uninsured Motorist

    Published on March 31st, 2015

    Even though most states require vehicle owners to have auto liability insurance, unfortunately many drivers take the risk of not having any at all. These drivers are at risk for paying for accident damages out of pocket and may even be liable if another driver sues for damages.

    Driving Uninsured

    What are the penalties for driving uninsured? Every state has varying penalties, but a few of the most common penalties may include having your license suspended, having your vehicle registration suspended, receiving a violation, fines, and raised insurance premiums. Also, if you get into an accident with another driver and the accident is your fault, you will be responsible to pay for costs and damages.

    What to do After Being Involved in an Accident

    At Shea Law Group, we understand stress the damage that an auto accident can have. From lack of transportation, medical bills, missed work, and serious injuries, our experienced attorneys will represent you so that you can focus on recovery. We also have experience working with handling the insurance companies. Often times, insurance companies have strict deadlines for filing claims and we can help you each step of the way should you choose to file a claim with your own insurance company or sue the other driver.

    Contact Shea Law Group

    If you have been involved in an accident with an uninsured motorist, you may be eligible for compensation. We will get started on you case right away. Please call the offices of Shea Law Group today to set up a FREE initial consultation at 1-877-365-0040.

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