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Drivers Without Insurance: Traps for the Unwary

Posted in: Updates // Written on behalf of Cuming & Gillespie
May 21, 2015

Too many people drive without insurance in Alberta. Unfortunately, too many uninsured drivers cause serious personal injuries in car accidents. If you have been seriously injured by an uninsured driver you need the help of experienced lawyers.In Alberta, the Government has a Fund to pay people who are seriously injured in a car accident when there is no insurance. However, that Fund is currently limited to only $200,000 per claim. Further, if you are not a resident of Alberta and suffer serious personal injuries there are other potential limitations on the Fund.At Cuming & Gillespie, we have the experience needed to properly handled serious injury claims where there is no insurance. Dealing with the Fund is only one step. There may be other ways to get compensation including suing your own insurance company under what is known as an ‘SEF 44’ or looking to other parties involved in the car accident.If you have serious personal injuries from a car accident with no insurance, do not lose hope. With the help of Cuming & Gillespie the road to recovery is only a call away.

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