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Uninsured Motorists Accidents Lawyers in Waldorf, Maryland

Protect Your Standard of Living with Our Maryland Car Accident Lawyers

It’s estimated that over 14% of all motorists in the United States drive without car insurance. Unfortunately, it’s the drivers who obey state auto insurance laws that feel the sting when an accident occurs. If you’re in an accident involving an uninsured driver, it’s important to notify law enforcement officials and your own insurance company right away.

You shouldn’t have to worry about paying for medical expenses or property damage just because an at-fault driver is uninsured. Nevertheless, bills have a tendency to quickly pile up after a serious collision. If you’ve been involved in an accident, contact the Maryland car accident lawyers at the Law Office of Robert Castro Our team has been providing exceptional and cost-effective legal services to the residents of Maryland for decades. When your financial recovery is in jeopardy, turn to an aggressive and experienced law firm that has a comprehensive understanding of state traffic and insurance laws.

Contact our Maryland Uninsured Motorists Accidents attorneys at (301) 870-1200 if you’ve
been injured by an uninsured or underinsured driver.

Steps to Take After an Accident

A car accident can be a startling and distressing experience, but there are certain steps you need to take if you want to pursue damages after a collision. If you have uninsured or underinsured motorist protection, then you can rely on it to pay for your immediate car repairs, property damage, and medical bills. However, you still need a legal representative to review your case and assess your legal options.

Follow these 10 steps after an automobile collision:

  1. Call 911 and wait for law enforcement officials to arrive
  2. Take pictures of any vehicles and the accident scene
  3. Help law enforcement officials complete the accident report
  4. Seek medical treatment
  5. Contact your insurance company
  6. File an uninsured motorist claim with your insurance provider
  7. Keep records of your injury-related expenses (bills, receipts, etc.)
  8. Obtain a copy of the accident report and your medical records
  9. Work with an attorney to prove fault
  10. File charges and take the at-fault driver to small claims court

Maryland is an “at-fault state,” which means that an at-fault driver needs to pay for damages whether they have car insurance or not. If you don’t have uninsured motorist protection, you may be able to file a claim under the collision portion of your insurance policy. However, this won’t cover your medical expenses, so it’s important that you retain legal representation as soon as possible.

Retain Trial-Tested Legal Counsel Today

Contact the Law Office of Robert Castro, P.A. if you’ve been injured by the negligence of an uninsured driver and require legal representation. We can help you navigate this complex legal process and secure damages that facilitate your physical and financial recovery. No case is “too big” or “too small” for our trial-tested legal team! Our Maryland & Washington DC car accident attorneys can confidently and aggressively litigate on your behalf in court. We also provide our services on a contingency fee basis, which means that you don’t pay any attorney fees until we win your case.

Call the Law Office of Robert Castro, P.A. today at (301) 870-1200. We offer evening and weekend appointments. We can also meet you at your home or hospital room if your injuries or personal
circumstances prevent you from visiting our office.

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