Seminole Car Accident Shows Need for Uninsured Motorist Coverage
A recent Seminole car accident involving a DUI driver should remind all drivers of the importance of underinsured motorist coverage.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, a driver was arrested on charges of driving under the influence after causing a four-vehicle crash Tuesday. The report states that about 1:20 p.m., the driver was driving a sport utility vehicle on 131st Street N, approaching a traffic light at 102nd Avenue N when he hit a 27-year-old motorcycle driver, Torin Clark, from behind. The motorcycle then hit a Buick SUV, driven by 66-year-old Donna Stoioff. Clark fell off his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and both he and the bike hit a sheriff’s cruiser to their left.
The Seminole car accident should remind all of us of the importance of uninsured motorist coverage. How likely is it that this driver had adequate car insurance (of any at all) to cover the damages of the all the injured? Your uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage will step in the shoes of the bad driver and pay for your medical expenses and lost wages and other damages. Check your car insurance policy today before you are part of a crash similar to this Seminole car accident.
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