Outlining Georgia Uninsured or Underinsured Motorists Law

Drivers who are injured in car accidents in Georgia typically make a claim against the at-fault driver which is paid for by his or her insurance company. But what happens if the at-fault driver has no insurance or you are injured by a hit-and-run driver? That’s where Georgia’s uninsured or underinsured motorists law becomes relevant. Under the uninsured or underinsured (UM/UIM) law, you can use your own insurance coverage to meet your costs, if you have purchased the additional coverage. Georgia uninsured and underinsurance motorist law is a complicated area. A car accident injury lawyer can help you navigate the minefield. Georgia’s Underinsured Motorists Law About 10 percent of drivers allow their insurance coverage to expire or don’t have it in Georgia, even though there are statutory minimums that drivers should purchase. In Georgia, drivers must carry liability coverage at the following levels. $25,000 per person for bodily injury $50,000 per…

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