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According to statistics released in June 2012, roughly 13 percent of Texas drivers are driving without the minimum insurance coverage required by law. If you’ve purchased uninsured motorist coverage from your insurance provider, you’re entitled to receive compensation for your injuries and other costs incurred in the event of an accident with such a driver.

Any car accident can result in serious medical expenditures and lost wages. For instance, you may need surgery for a spinal cord injury and could require lengthy rehabilitation treatment keeping you out of work for weeks or months.

Don’t Trust the Insurance Companies

When you’re hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver, your insurance company has a duty to provide for your recovery. However, it’s in the interest of insurers to pay out as little as possible. Insurance companies often:

  • Delay payment
  • Deny claims
  • Refuse to pay certain parts of a claim
  • Contest which driver was at fault

Individuals who try to fight these tactics on their own almost always find themselves outmatched and outmaneuvered by insurance industry lawyers.

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Before you file a claim, you need to contact an experienced personal injury attorney to represent your case. At Colley & Colley, LLP our lead attorney, Paul Colley Jr., has more than 30 years of experience dealing with reluctant insurance companies. He has been board certified in personal injury trial law since 1989 and listed as a Texas Super Lawyer since 2003.

Before you take on the insurers, call Colley & Colley, LLP to speak to an uninsured motorist attorney and get the legal guidance you need.

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