Can I sue my own insurance company after an auto accident?

Can I sue my own insurance company after an auto accident?

I understand that you may be worried about bringing your own insurance company into this whole mess. The reality is that it’s the law in New Jersey. Every time an accident occurs, the insurance company is not surprised. Your insurance company knows and understands that that’s why you pay for your insurance. Then they have to supply you with medical benefits and certain other benefits that are in your plan.

Oftentimes they don’t want to pay. They’re going to cut you off from your care. The lawyers here at the Grossman Law Firm will be involved in the intricacies of how to hold your insurance company responsible for your medical bills. In addition to that, if the other vehicle itself has low insurance. Meaning their coverage is low in terms of liability coverage. In the state of New Jersey, it’s actually very common. You have to then turn towards your own policy under something called Uninsured Motorists Coverage.

When you do so we will have to hold your insurance company responsible for the acts of the other driver because most of the time the other driver has such low insurance coverage. We are experts in this area of law. We deal with this every single day for the last 20 years. We do it with a compassionate voice. We’re going to help you get through this difficult time. We will see you through this process every step of the way.