What Happens if a Drunk Driver Causes an Accident and They Don't have Insurance?

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In Florida more than 25% of drivers drive without insurance. On top of that, 50-75% of convicted DUI drivers continue to drive on a suspended driver's license which means they don't have insurance either. This together is a staggering number of uninsured drivers. This is why it is extremely important to carry uninsured motorist coverage on your policy because this is what is going to cover you if you've been hit by an uninsured driver. This coverage will stand in and cover you for what the drunk driver should have paid.

Jim Dodson has been representing the victims and survivors of serious accidents for over 25 years. A safety advocate and board member of Mothers against Drunk Driving (MADD), he believes in holding drunk drivers responsible for the tragedies they’ve caused. He wrote the Florida DUI Crash Victim Guide to answer the questions victims and survivors of drunk driving accidents have. Request your free copy of the easy-to-read guide today by ordering online or calling Kati at 727-446-0840.

Jim Dodson
A Florida injury lawyer, family man and avid cyclist who clients have trusted for over 25 years.