According to recent statistics compiled by the Insurance Research Council, nearly one in four Florida drivers (23%) are uninsured. In Florida, drivers are not required to carry bodily injury (BI) coverage. As a result, many drivers do not carry sufficient insurance to cover all the expenses from a severe accident. If you have been injured in a car accident and the other driver is either uninsured or underinsured, you need a lawyer who will explore every source of potential compensation to maximize your financial recovery.
The Hancock Injury Attorneys has developed a strong record of achieving successful results for clients throughout Tampa and west central Florida who have been injured in car accidents. Attorney Mike Hancock has more than 20 years of legal experience. Our firm has represented many individuals who have been injured in a an accident by someone without sufficient insurance.
Finding Every Source of Compensation for Your Injuries
After a car accident caused by someone without insurance, or with insufficient insurance, our law firm will take a close look at your own insurance policy. If you have uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage, our law firm will make a claim against your own insurance company for your damages that arise out of your accident.
If you have UM/UIM coverage on more than one vehicle, it may be possible to “stack” the coverage. This would allow you to recover compensation from more than one insurance policy. This can be very advantageous in situations where you or a loved one has sustained severe injuries. You can rely on our law firm to fully explain your rights under your insurance policy. We will help you get the money damages you are entitled to.