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1401, 2016

Do You Have Enough Insurance?

By |January 14th, 2016|Car Accident|

Being in an automobile crash is a terrible experience. It is even worse when there is not enough insurance to pay for all your injuries and suffering. At Wells, Call, Clark, Bennett, & Clawson, we have dealt with countless people who have been involved in auto collisions. Many times, accident victims can’t get all of

2812, 2015

How Long Can I Wait Before Filing a Lawsuit?

By |December 28th, 2015|Personal Injury|

When you are injured because of another person’s negligence, how long can you wait? If you wait too long, you will never have a right to receive compensation for your injuries. This deadline for filing a lawsuit is called the Statute of Limitations. Once that date passes, you are out of luck. Your attorney will want to investigate before actually filing

712, 2015

Understanding the Multiple UM/UIM Policies Case

By |December 7th, 2015|Personal Injury|

In an earlier post, we talked about how "non-stacking" uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage means you have less coverage than you think. Unfortunately, this same "non-stacking" rule applies even when there are multiple UM/UIM policies — with some additional quirks. Let's use an example. You were the passenger in a crash caused by an uninsured

512, 2015

UIM Coverage: Why You Have Less Than You Think

By |December 5th, 2015|Personal Injury|

California uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage is deceptive. There is a good chance even your insurance agent doesn’t clearly understand how it works. And you almost certainly need more of it than you currently have. The reason? Your UM/UIM insurance coverage is “non-stacking” — in other words, it only gives you coverage up to a