Arizona Uninsured Motorist Claims When a Stolen Car is Involved in an Accident

Many people are injured each year in Arizona car accidents when they are hit by someone who is driving a stolen car. Even if the stolen car had insurance, that insurance will not cover somebody who stole the car. Therefore, people who suffer serious injuries as a result of the criminal acts of others do not have the ability to turn to the insurance of the adverse driver. The driver who stole the car has no insurance. The insurance of the car that they stole will not cover them.

If you or anybody you know has suffered a serious injury when they were hit by a stolen car, they need to look to their own insurance coverage in Arizona. Their own uninsured motorist coverage, the coverage of the family members they live with, the coverage on the car they were in, may all possibly apply to provide compensation after suffering a serious injury as a result of being hit by someone driving a stolen car.

Finding the right coverage is never simple. It is one of the many reasons it is important to find a skilled Arizona car accident lawyer available that is a good fit for you and your case to answer your questions and help you determine if there is a way to receive compensation after suffering such injuries. At Breyer Law Offices, P.C., we have been assisting victims of auto accidents receive compensation for over a decade. Call us today for a free consultation at 480-753-4534.

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