Pittsburgh Passenger Injury Lawyer

Passengers who are injured in motor vehicle accidents face insurance issues that are often more complicated than the crash itself. Unfortunately, insurance companies won’t tell you about your rights. To obtain all of the compensation you deserve, you will likely need the help of an experienced car accident attorney.

One of the things that sets the law firm of Bordas & Bordas apart from other law firms is our knowledge of insurance law. Attorney Scott Blass is considered one of the leading insurance experts in West Virginia. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case with a knowledgeable Pittsburgh passenger injury lawyer at our firm.

Insurance Complications

An auto accident is rarely simple. In any wreck involving an injured passenger, there may be complicated insurance issues such as:

  • Uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage
  • Multiple insurance policies that apply to the accident
  • Stacked insurance coverage
  • The passenger’s insurance (or the insurance of a person in the passenger’s household)
  • Insurance policies and drivers from other states

Unraveling all of the insurance relationships is important, because the person who caused the accident may not have enough coverage to pay for all of your losses. In West Virginia, drivers are required to carry only a minimum of $20,000 in coverage for injury or death of one person ($40,000 for two or more persons). If you are injured in an accident, $20,000 will not go far in paying for your medical bills, replacing lost wages, and compensating you for your pain and suffering.

Only an experienced car passenger injury attorney in Pittsburgh can help you recover the full amount of compensation from all insurance policies that may apply to the accident.

Contact a Pittsburgh Passenger Injury Attorney Now

Have you or a loved one been injured as a passenger in a motor vehicle accident? Contact us today to speak with a committed Pittsburgh passenger injury lawyer. We offer free initial consultations and bill on a contingent fee basis — you won’t have to pay us a thing unless we obtain results for you.