Car Insurance Coverage
After a car accident or other accident resulting in injury, you may have questions and concerns regarding your insurance coverage. Policy language can be confusing, and insurance companies will sometimes try to get you to settle a claim for less than fair compensation. In these circumstances it is in your best interests to have a skilled lawyer on your side who understands the intricacies of insurance policies and is familiar with current laws.
Advocating for victims harmed by uninsured drivers
At Greg Jones Law, we represent clients nationwide with their accident claims and insurance coverage concerns. With decades of experience, our firm is ready and able to assist with all of your insurance coverage concerns. This includes those related to:
- Liability coverage
- Uninsured or underinsured motorists
- Comprehensive coverage
Insurance policies can sometimes be difficult to interpret. Questions regarding conditions and requirements for coverage, such as those for uninsured or underinsured motorists, often do not arise until a policyholder is dealing with a claim. Additionally, people may incorrectly assume that insurance agents and adjusters have their best interests at heart, when in actuality they strive to pay as little as possible when settling a claim.
Greg Jones law understands insurance coverage and wants to work vigorously to help you obtain fair and full compensation for your accident. We will be strong advocates for you against the insurance company, and we are prepared to fight for you in negotiations or in the courtroom.
Contact us for a free initial consultation
The earlier a lawyer is involved in your case, the better. We encourage you to contact our office as soon as possible for a free case evaluation. We are prepared to meet with you at any of our office locations. If you are unable to travel, we can also arrange to visit you in the hospital. All initial consultations are at no cost or obligation.
Call 855-566-3752 or contact us online today to talk with our firm. We do not charge for initial consultations. If there is no recovery, you owe no legal fees.