Losses Covered with Georgia UM Motorist Coverage

You never know if you will take to the road and end up seriously injured in a crash. Just as an accident is impossible to predict, so is the coverage that the other driver carries. In fact, you may find that they have no insurance. 

This is why you would benefit in having UM motorist coverage. This can provide protection in the event you are injured in an accident with an uninsured driver. For help in understanding your legal rights however, you should immediately contact a Clayton County personal injury attorney. 

Some of the losses that may be covered with UM motorist coverage include:

  • medical costs;
  • loss of income;
  • earning potential (if disabled);
  • reduced quality of life;
  • pain and suffering;
  • emotional distress;
  • disfigurement;
  • permanent disability; and
  • expenses for caregiver assistance, childcare, household tasks, etc. 

It is hard to predict the financial, bodily, and emotional burdens that will be suffered when you are injured in an accident. However, you can help protect yourself and family members by having adequate amounts of coverage. 

UM motorist coverage can financially restore you. It can also help provide compensation for those injuries and losses that don’t necessarily have a price tag attached to them.  

Seeking Help from a Clayton County Personal Injury Attorney 

Contact Shane Smith Law today. Our law firm can provide you with valuable tips on how to protect your case, free of charge including: 10 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Georgia Wreck CaseandProperty Damage Guide for GeorgiaDon’t delay in learning what legal options may be available after your accident. Call our offices at (980) 246-2656.

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