Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawsuits Frequently Asked Questions

What uninsured motorist coverage is required in Wisconsin?

Auto insurance is mandatory in the state of Wisconsin for all car owners while underinsured motorist coverage and liability insurance coverage are not required.

What does "uninsured motorist bodily injury" mean?

Uninsured motorist bodily injury refers to the physical damage or injuries an individual may experience when in a car accident with an uninsured motorist at fault for the collision. If you walk away from a car accident the other motorist caused, and they are uninsured, with a broken arm, you have an uninsured motorist bodily injury.

What is an underinsured motorist claim?

Underinsured motorist claims break down why an insurance company should pay for any medical bills or property damage in the event the at-fault motorist in your collision does not have the coverage to pay to costs.

What is uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage?

This insurance covers you and anyone present in your vehicle during the time of the car accident you are not at fault for. This type of coverage should help pay expenses for any personal injuries, death or damages caused by the uninsured driver.

What uninsured motorist coverage do you need if you have collision coverage?

You don't need uninsured motorist coverage if you have a collision with an uninsured driver, but its a good idea to have this insurance if you don't want to pay for any co-payment amounts or deductibles in the case you would need medical attention after a crash.