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What happens if the other driver in my Wisconsin car accident does not have insurance?

Frequently Asked Question Video for Wisconsin Personal Injury

If the other driver does not have insurance and they were at fault, you may be able to make a claim on your own insurance. If you have uninsured motor’s coverage, it’s called a first party claim. You can look to your own insurance to pay the bills and the damages that you suffered. Additionally, they are able to make a claim against the at fault driver for his or her personal assets.

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