Longmont Uninsured Motorist Attorney
How To Get Compensated When You’re Hit by an Uninsured Motorist
In Colorado, all drivers are required to hold auto liability insurance. Still, some drive without coverage, which can prove to be a complicated matter when an accident occurs. Even if a driver has basic insurance coverage as required by law, it might not be enough to cover expenses for serious injuries and property damage.
Insurance companies profit by limiting claim payouts and may offer to settle your claim, leaving you with unfair compensation. Your insurance company may also deny your claim or delay payment.
Our Longmont, Colorado, attorneys have expertise in handling cases involving uninsured motorists and can guide you and help you understand your claim.
Why Clients Choose Our Team
Our legal team of Colorado personal injury lawyers is passionate about protecting the rights of victims and their loved ones. Here’s why clients choose us:
- We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee – if we don’t win, you don’t pay!
- We have over 30 years of experience in premises liability cases
- We get results for our clients–millions of dollars in compensation
- We deliver personalized service, give our clients the time and attention they need, and get them maximum compensation
- We love our clients!
No Upfront Costs & No Recovery, No Fee
At Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C., we approach personal injury cases, including those involving uninsured drivers, with a fee structure that ensures you don’t pay attorney fees or costs unless we get you paid. We’re in this together! Our fee and the case costs we advance for you come out of the money we get for you. No recovery, no fee. It’s that simple.
Common Questions About Uninsured Motorist Cases
What do I do if an uninsured motorist hits me?
First, seek medical care for you and any others who were with you. Then do the following:
- Report the accident to the police and obtain a written report.
- Exchange registration information with the other driver.
- Take photos of both the scene and your injuries.
- Inform your insurance company you were involved in an uninsured motorist accident.
- Contact a lawyer who is experienced in handling uninsured motorist claims.
How can I seek compensation for my injuries and damages from the uninsured motorist?
Explore legal options such as pursuing a claim through your own insurance policy's uninsured motorist coverage. Legally, your insurer can’t raise your rates for doing so, and if the at-fault driver has assets, your insurer will find them.
What steps should I take to document and gather evidence of the accident and my injuries?
It's important to document the accident by taking photos, obtaining witness statements, and collecting any available evidence. Additionally, keep records of medical treatment, expenses, and any other relevant documentation.
Are there any deadlines or time limitations for filing a lawsuit against the uninsured motorist?
Yes, there are time limitations, known as the statute of limitations, for filing a lawsuit. It's crucial to consult with a personal injury lawyer promptly to understand and comply with the specific deadlines that apply to your case.
What types of damages can I recover?
You may be able to recover various types of damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses directly resulting from the accident. Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can help determine the specific damages applicable to your case and how to pursue fair compensation.
I would like to give a big thank you to Matthew Crowther and his paralegal, Nicolas Allen, for doing a great job on my case. They settled for more than I expected and were always available when I had questions. I would highly recommend them and would go back to them if needed. Thank you again.