What Happens In An Accident When The Other Driver Wasn’t Insured?
You do the right thing by obeying the law and carrying the required amount of insurance. Unfortunately, too many other drivers do not. In fact, experts say that as many as 15 percent of all drivers on our national roads are uninsured or underinsured. If you get into an accident caused by an uninsured motorist, what do you do? You call Harris & Associates.
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Harris & Associates has extensive experience handling personal injury claims for people injured in car wrecks and other types of motor vehicle accidents. In fact, during a career as a trial lawyer that spans over 40 years, our partner attorney, Brian Harris, has represented clients in more than 1000 motor vehicle and insurance-related cases. We know the strategies and procedures that will help you recover money from your own insurance policy and other avenues that may be available to you. In fact, there is almost always an option to help you recover full and fair money damages.
From our offices in Boston, our lawyers represent persons injured in accidents caused by uninsured motorists throughout eastern Massachusetts. Our attorneys are AV* rated. We focus on providing the highest levels of responsive client services. At Harris & Associates, you will work directly with your trial attorney throughout your case.
We have experience representing clients in all types of motor vehicle accidents involving a negligent uninsured motorist, including:
A Note To Referring Attorneys
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