Racine Insurance Claims Lawyers
If you have been involved in a car accident, you likely have suffered physical injuries, emotional scarring, and significant property damage. It takes significant time and money to receive the necessary medical attention, properly recover, and repair your damaged items. Fortunately, we as drivers are required to pay for auto insurance so that we may be financially compensated for these costs that arise in an accident situation.
Sometimes, however, insurance companies may attempt to evade paying you the money you deserve. They may use tactics such as refusing to return phone calls or stating that you don’t have a valid claim. As a normal citizen, it can be difficult to fight for your compensation, especially if you are also worrying about recovering physically and psychologically.
Fortunately, the Racine insurance claim lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® can help you recover the money you deserve from the uncooperative insurance provider at hand. Our attorneys can handle the legal side of matters so that you can focus on your own personal health.
What if the other motorist is underinsured or uninsured?
After a car wreck has occurred, the driver responsible for this collision must provide financial coverage for the entire accident. The hope is that this person’s insurance policy is extensive enough to pay for all the damages incurred. Sometimes, however, drivers are underinsured or even uninsured altogether. If you don’t have uninsured motorist protection in your own insurance plan, then you may have great difficulty recovering compensation for your injuries and losses.
With the help of a Racine insurance claims lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, you may be able to collect damages in light of dealing with an uninsured or underinsured motorist. Call our offices at 800-242-2874 to learn more today.
If you have suffered injury or property damage in an automobile accident and are having trouble recovering compensation from an insurance company, then the Racine insurance claims lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® can help. Contact us today at 800-242-2874 to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys.
Insurance Claims FAQs
What is “bad faith” in an insurance claim?
If you have been involved in a car accident, you may turn to an insurance company, whether it is yours or the other driver’s, to receive financial compensation. Auto insurance policies are required for this very purpose. However, it is unfortunately common for insurance companies to wrongfully deny car accident claims. When an insurance company refuses to pay an owed claim, fails to pay in a timely manner, denies a claim without adequate reason, fails to provide a reason for denial, or fails to deny a claim in a timely manner, they are acting in bad faith. If you have experienced bad faith from your insurance company or the company of the other driver, contact the attorneys of the Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®. We will fight to get the compensation you need.
How can I receive compensation if the other driver does not have insurance?
In Wisconsin, drivers are required by law to have some sort of auto insurance that meets specific requirements. This insurance protects the monetary needs of drivers in the case of an accident and can cover compensation if they are at fault. If you are the victim of a car accident, and the other driver does not have auto insurance, receiving compensation will definitely be more complex. By law, if the at-fault driver does not have insurance, they must pay for compensation out-of-pocket. If they do not have the means to pay out-of-pocket, it is going to be hard to get your money without legal help. The attorneys of the Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® understand that after an accident, you need compensation to aid in recovery, and we are dedicated to helping you receive that compensation.
If I do not have auto insurance, can I get in trouble even if the accident was not my fault?
In the state of Wisconsin, all drivers are legally required to have auto insurance that meets specific requirements. Because of these insurance laws, you may face consequences for an accident even if it was not your fault. Individuals found to be driving without insurance may face fines, tickets, license suspension, and vehicle registration suspension. Fortunately for you, Wisconsin is not a “no pay, no play” state, which would keep uninsured drivers from being able to recover compensation. In Wisconsin, even if you are driving without insurance, you may be able to recover compensation if you are the victim of a car accident, but the process might be more complex. Contact the attorneys of the Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® to help in your fight to get the compensation you need.