What should you do if you’re hit by a driver with no insurance? The best course of action: protect yourself with uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance (UM/UIM) before an accident occurs. After an accident, contact an attorney to make sure you’re making correct decisions following a crash.
Trent Shuping is a personal injury attorney and partner at the Atlanta-based Warshauer Law Group.
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Topics covered in this interview:
0:32 – What is UM/UIM insurance?
1:10 – Does Georgia have a minimum required amount of UM/UIM?
2:29 – Is there a cap on the amount of UM/UIM insurance you can expect? How much does it cost?
4:22 – Can UM/UIM help if you’re hurt in a hit and run?
5:08 – What if it’s not clear who’s at fault for the accident?
6:20 – What should you do if the other driver has no insurance?
8:44 – When should you contact an attorney?
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