We Help Victims of Uninsured & Underinsured Driver Accidents
If you were hurt in a car crash, Byron Browne has got your back
There are a lot of irresponsible drivers on the road, and that means car accidents happen frequently. That’s why all drivers in Arizona are required to carry car insurance. When people are hurt in a crash, insurance companies typically pay for the damages. But what happens if a driver doesn’t have insurance – or doesn’t have enough?
Attorney Byron Browne of Browne Law Group knows that the lives of victims and their families can change dramatically following a car accident. He has dedicated his practice to helping the injured recover the financial compensation they deserve. If you were hurt in a car crash in Gilbert or anywhere in Maricopa County, get the Anti-Lawyer Lawyer on your side.
How uninsured and underinsured motorist claims work in Arizona
Negligent drivers can cause accidents in many ways. The driver may have been speeding, texting, or driving aggressively. There’s a T-bone accident, rear-end collision, or other type of crash. You’ve been injured and medical expenses are adding up quickly. You’re not sure how you’ll pay those expenses, and you start feeling financial pressure.
Arizona is a “fault” insurance state. That means that when you are involved in a car crash, the driver who caused it is responsible for covering the costs of medical treatment and loss of income, up to your policy limits.
But in some cases, the driver who caused an accident is uninsured. They either failed to get insurance or allowed their policy to expire. Or the driver left the scene, and you are unable to identify them.
In other cases, the driver is underinsured. They have an insurance policy, but only for the required minimum amounts. Those amounts are not enough to cover your losses.
If you chose to add uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM) to your own insurance policy, that can be used to cover your damages, up to the policy limits you chose. UM/UIM coverage is not required – but it can help protect you in these situations.
Byron Browne knows how to handle insurance companies
Even if your own insurance company is responsible for paying the damages you suffered, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any problems. Insurance companies, even your own, will try to minimize your compensation because it helps them save money. There are many different tactics they use to try to minimize your claim.
Insurance companies process claims every day and have the advantage after an accident. They have adjusters and attorneys working to protect their interests. Attorney Byron Browne knows all of the B.S. tactics they use and does not up with them.
We take nothing for granted and will fight to help you recover as much compensation as possible. Byron Browne will deal directly with the insurance company on your behalf so you can focus on getting better.
If you do not have UM/UIM coverage on your policy, your options may be limited. But Byron Browne can pursue every option available to get the best outcome possible.
Our firm will get the facts
The legal team at Browne Law Group can investigate your accident to get the facts about what happened. This means carefully reviewing accident reports, medical records, and other documents. It means gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses. He builds a strong case that proves negligence.
Byron Browne will keep close track of all current and future medical expenses for treatment that you’ll need. You may also be able to recover compensation for other damages such as lost wages and pain and suffering.
We’ll fight for maximum compensation through all possible sources, including the other driver’s insurance policy, your own insurance, and any other sources we identify. You’ll get regular updates on the progress of your case. And if you have any questions or concerns, just call. All clients get Byron’s cell phone number.
Contact us to schedule your free consultation
If you were hurt in an accident involving an uninsured or underinsured driver, there’s no time to waste. It’s important to get legal advice as soon as possible. Byron Browne can review the details of your accident, go over your options for recovering compensation and answer any questions you have.
How much does an attorney cost? If we represent you, it’s under our no-fee policy. That means we work on a contingency fee basis. There are no upfront fees or other costs that you have to pay. You owe us nothing unless we get results.