Uninsured/Underinsured Driver Accident Lawyer in Fort Worth
What are the car insurance requirements in Texas?
It's a type of car accident that seems particularly unfair: You've been hit by another driver who has no insurance or doesn't have enough insurance to cover your bills. Although Texas drivers are legally required to purchase auto insurance, some drivers break the law or choose to purchase the bare minimum amount to keep their car or truck on the road. When one of these drivers causes an accident that result in severe injuries or property damage, you need a Fort Worth uninsured driver accident lawyer on your side. You could be entitled to compensation from your own insurance company.
Attorney Coby L. Wooten, P.C. understands how difficult life can become after an accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist. Some drivers may forgo purchasing insurance altogether. Others carry the state's legal minimum bodily injury limits of $30,000 per person and $60,000 per accident. However, car accident costs can rise quickly. Your car might have been totaled. Your car accident injuries could cost tens of thousands of dollars to treat.
You have rights. Contact Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C., today
Drivers across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area pay insurance premiums every year. But when involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver, it's possible that your own insurance company will deny or delay your claim. That's because they want to keep your insurance payments to a minimum. That's not fair. You shouldn't have to suffer financially because you've been in an accident with a driver with no insurance or too little insurance.
You might think you don't need a lawyer. You might think your case is a simple, straightforward legal matter. Don't be so sure. Complicated cases deserve the attention of an experienced uninsured accident attorney in Fort Worth who knows how to protect your rights. Contact Coby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C., today. Call (866) 408-0940 to schedule an appointment at our Fort Worth office. Your initial consultation is free and we don't get paid unless we win your case. That's because we work on a contingency fee basis.