Seattle, WA asked in Personal Injury and Car Accidents for Washington

Q: What are my options for after getting rear ended at full speed by an uninsured motorist? Poperty damage is over $10,000

I got rear ended at full speed at a red traffic light and am suffering from injuries from the accident. I am not completely sure whether or not the motorist is insured or not.

1 Lawyer Answer
Stan Glisson
Stan Glisson
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Port Orchard, WA
  • Licensed in Washington

A: You should talk to a personal injury lawyer's office right away.

A lawyer could determine quickly if there is any coverage available, whether from the other driver, the owner of the car, or your own policy. It is always best to talk to a lawyer quickly so they can help you deal with insurance adjusters and medical providers who are expecting payment. Generally in personal injury you don't pay the lawyer unless they recover money for you.

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