Dwayne Brown, Personal Injury Attorney.
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Stages Of Car Accident Injuries Litigation

If you have been in a car accident due to the negligence of another driver and have suffered injuries and damages to your car, then you have the right to file for a car accident injury lawsuit. This lawsuit will allow you to gain appropriate financial compensation for the damages caused to your car, injuries caused to you and will cover up for any hospital expenses and loss of income. To understand more about car accident injuries litigation, continue reading.

Hire a Attorney

Since the process of filing a car accident injury lawsuit is rather complicated, it is recommended that you hire a professional attorney. The attorney will discuss with you all the important factors related to your case and will help you receive appropriate financial compensation.

Discovery Motions

If you decide you want to continue the case in court, the first step most defendants take is to file for a discovery motions. This act may affect your case and may delay the process of receiving appropriate compensation through court.

Insurance Coverage in Car Accident Injuries Litigation

Car accident injury lawsuits are among the most types of common personal injury lawsuits. Usually, people file for these lawsuits to receive appropriate financial compensation for the injuries they sustained and damages caused to their vehicle as a result of an accident, due to the negligence of another driver. To understand more about car accident injuries litigation, let’s take a look at the insurance coverage in car accidents:

Underinsured Drivers

These drivers carry insurance often at the minimum level required by state laws. Therefore, this may cause problems when it comes to financial compensation if the at-fault party is underinsured. This is why many drivers carry “underinsured motorist coverage” through their own automobile insurance policies. This coverage can protect drivers in the event of injuries because of an accident and the at-fault party carries inadequate insurance.