Personal InjuryNot all personal injury cases are a result of an accident in a car―however, auto accidents unfortunately do often result in some kind of personal injury, which can include both physical and mental harm.
Our Guide to Handling Personal Injury
Here at DMV.org, you can find the laws set forth by your state to help protect drivers, passengers, and pedestrians in the event of personal injury due to a car accident. DMV.org also offers advice on how to handle personal injury situations.
For example, did you know that having both uninsured and underinsured motorists coverage will help you if you're involved in an accident with someone who either doesn't have insurance or doesn't have enough? DMV.org provides this kind of information (and much more) to prepare you in the event of an accident resulting in personal injury.
When are you required to report auto accidents to law enforcement? What kind of liability insurance does your state require? Can hiring a personal injury attorney really help settle your case quicker?
Knowing the answers to these kinds of questions is beneficial should you find yourself the victim of personal injury, and you can find them all right here at DMV.org.Choose a State:
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