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What if I've Been Involved in a Car Accident With Someone With No Insurance

<p><strong>TRANSCRIPT: </strong>Oftentimes, coverage can be found in other areas. For example, it's quite possible that the car has insurance coverage while the driver of that vehicle doesn't. It's also possible that the driver is covered under someone else's policy. In West Virginia and in most other states, everyone is required to carry uninsured motorist coverage, which provides coverage to you in the event that the other driver doesn't have insurance coverage. So if you've been involved in a crash, and it appears that the individual who caused that crash may not have insurance coverage, give us a call. We've got a long history of investigating these types of claims, and finding coverage for people that initially thought there was no coverage. We'd be happy to discuss your claim with you. You can call us at (304) 345-1122. You can also look us up on the web at And again remember there's absolutely no fee unless we get a recovery for you.</p>