The State of Washington requires all motorists to carry a minimum of $35,000 liability insurance. It also requires insurance companies to offer uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage as part of all policies, even though you are not required to purchase them. This coverage is designed to kick in if you are hit by someone who doesn't have insurance, or who has a lower level of coverage than will be necessary to pay for your injuries.
Putting You First
Insurance companies advertise that they take care of you after an accident. Unfortunately, insurance companies put their interests above yours. The goal of your insurance company is often to pay as little as possible when you've been severely injured. If you were hit by a driver with no insurance, or if your injuries max out the negligent driver's coverage, your insurance company will be reluctant to cover your injuries to the full extent, as the money will be coming out of its pockets. Johnson Flora PLLC stands up for you and makes sure all of your current and continuing bills and needs are paid for.
Underinsured Motorists Attorneys in Tacoma
Our lawyers know how insurance companies work and what their goals are when they claim they are working with you. Insurance adjusters will not offer you the full amount you are entitled to when they are discussing a settlement. These settlements frequently leave you with medical bills to pay and no way to support yourself if your injuries are severe enough to restrict or prevent you from working. Many people feel stuck in these situations. That's when it's time to call an experienced attorney.
We will investigate your case thoroughly and determine what you actually deserve to receive as fair and full compensation for your injuries. To us, you are more than just a case number needing to be completed. We will work with you, bringing in professionals to assess your situation so what you get will take care of the full extent of the damage to you and your life.
Please contact us at 866-894-1906 to discuss your situation. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you don't pay a fee unless your case is successfully settled.