Who Can I Sue After a Car Accident?
If you were injured in an automobile accident, you may think legal action against the at-fault driver is your only option. Well, South Florida personal injury attorney, Scott Smith, says that’s just not the case. You can also bring a claim against the owner of the motor vehicle that allowed the driver to drive their vehicle. Thereafter, if the person or owner of the vehicle is uninsured or underinsured, you can then look at your own insurance policy to see if you have what we call UM coverage. There are also a number of potential outside factors to consider so make sure you have a personal injury attorney who will explore every avenue to determine liability and compensation. Call Scott Smith or visit smith1.usercp.site.
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