Uninsured or Underinsured MVA

Representing The Victims’ Hit-And-Run Drivers In Florida

The state of Florida does not require motorists to carry bodily injury liability insurance coverage, which means that many at-fault drivers do not have enough coverage to pay for the full amount of damage they cause in accidents. If you have underinsured motorist coverage, however, you may be able to collect the additional money you need from your own insurance company.

The problem is that when you make an underinsured motorist claim, your insurance company becomes your adversary. It does not want to part with a cent unless absolutely required to do so. When you are facing a major corporation like an insurance company, it is wise to have a knowledgeable advocate on your side.

At Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., our Gainesville underinsured motorist claim attorneys have more than 100 combined years of experience and are highly familiar with this technical area of law. We can defend your right to full and fair compensation after an accident.

Uninsured Motorists

Like underinsured motorist coverage, uninsured motorist coverage provides compensation to those who are injured by drivers with no insurance at all. This type of coverage can also be important in hit-and-run cases, when the at-fault driver cannot be identified. Having stacking underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage is also important in many motorcycle accident claims, since a significant number of motorcycle crashes are caused by uninsured or underinsured drivers.

Consult Our Lawyers For Uninsured Driver Claims In Gainesville And Beyond

Learn more about your rights for recovering compensation for your accident-related injuries. Simply schedule a free initial consultation with a licensed attorney at Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., by calling our Gainesville office at 352-562-7809 or 877-418-1087, or contact us online.

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