Massachusetts personal injury attorney Neil Crowley describes how to handle a car accident when the other person does not have any insurance coverage.

Uninsured motorist coverage is an addition to your own insurance policy. It covers you and your car in the event you are involved in an accident with someone who has no insurance. Or maybe you’ve been involved in a hit and run. Another example is maybe the car never even touched your car, but caused the accident. Maybe a car swerves into your lane and even though you don’t collide, you swerved to miss the vehicle and hit a pole or another car. Even though you never made contact with the other car, they caused the accident so they’re at fault. All of these accidents would be covered by your uninsured coverage option. We highly suggest this coverage and any other coverage that allows you to protect your family to the fullest. Watch the video now to learn more.

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