Being involved in a car accident can be a very frightening experience. What can be even more terrifying is when you find out the at-fault driver doesn't have insurance. Who is going to pay for your medical treatment? How will your car get repaired? If you have sustained injury in a car accident and are worried about how your accident-related expenses will be paid as the other driver does not have insurance, Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law can help.

We are unrelenting advocates for the rights of accident victims and their families. We have seen the pain and suffering that can be caused in this type of accident and we work hard to give our clients the opportunity to pursue the maximum compensation for their injuries. When you retain our legal services, you can trust your case will be in good hands. Our firm has a long success record and we are well-known for getting our clients substantial settlements and judgments. We have handled all types of car accident cases over the years, including those involving uninsured motorists. If the at-fault driver is not insured, we will work with you closely to prepare and file an uninsured motorist claim with your insurance company to get you the financial compensation you seek. Medical expenses, ambulance and hospital fees, lost income, vehicle repairs, physical therapy and more can all be pursued in this type of claim. There are instances where it may be beneficial to seek legal action against the at-fault driver. If that is true for your case, we will be able to provide you with the aggressive legal representation you require.

Do not let your frustration in finding that the other driver is not insured hinder your efforts to recover compensation. As the victim of a car accident, you deserve to be compensated for all of your accident-related expenses. Our firm is here to help you do just that. If you have been injured by an uninsured motorist, call our firm now to discuss your legal options with a Bergen County personal injury attorney.

Posted by: Brandon J. Bro…
Date: Tue, 09/30/2014 - 12:10

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