Advocating For Victims Of Uninsured Motorist Accidents
Even though the state of Tennessee requires drivers to have auto insurance, there is always a chance of getting into a car accident with either an underinsured or completely uninsured driver. Because our state is an at-fault state, it means that the driver at fault for the crash is responsible for reimbursing the other motorist for property damage and injuries from the accident.
Standing Up For Your Rights
At Bateman & Bateman, P.C., in Clarksville, we stand up for the rights of car accident victims to receive compensation for their injuries and property damage. If you are involved in a car accident, you should:
- Get medical help
- Call the police and get a police report
- Get the other driver’s contact information
- Get in touch with your insurance provider
- Call an attorney
The state minimum for automobile liability insurance is $15,000 in property damage coverage and $50,000 in injury or death coverage for everyone in the accident, with a $25,000 spend limit per individual.
Zealously Promoting Your Best Interests
If you were injured by an underinsured or uninsured motorist, bodily injury expenses alone will likely far exceed the other driver’s ability to pay. Our personal injury lawyers can aggressively advocate in your best interests to pursue maximum compensation for your situation. Whether compensation comes from your insurer or another party, the goal is to put you in the best possible position to recover.