Lawyers.com Answers: What If The Other Driver Doesn’t Have Insurance?

Twelve states have no-fault car insurance systems. If you live in one of these, your car insurance will usually cover your injuries, up to a certain amount. However, that will not include compensation for damage to your car or for pain and suffering. If you don’t live in a no-fault state, your best bet is to carry adequate uninsured motorist coverage as part of your policy. An experienced car accident attorney can help you understand your options.