Whether due to car collisions, slip and falls, medical malpractice, etc., personal injury-type accidents happen every day, and many of them result in substantial injuries. Unfortunately, if you are the one found “at fault” for the incident, you could find yourself facing a significant financial burden. While you may have insurance for situations just like this, it doesn’t always mean that your insurance will be enough to cover the damages. In this case, the threat of being sued beyond your policy limits becomes a serious risk.
How Can I Get Sued for More Than What My Insurance Covers?
This is a question that comes up quite often because most people believe that as long as they are insured, they have nothing to worry about. The truth is that your insurance coverage doesn’t limit what you can be sued for personally.
Accidents of many kinds are likely to cause injury to your body. One of the most sensitive parts of your body is your head. According to MedlinePlus, a blunt force (such as a bump or jolt) to your head can cause a traumatic brain injury. A traumatic brain injury occurs when there is damage to your brain because of some external force. The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that these 3injuries can range from mild (a small change in mental consciousness) to severe (an extended amount of time of unconsciousness or memory loss), or even death.
- Brain Injury
- Car Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Personal Injury
- Product Liability
- Wrongful Death
Have you or a loved one been injured due to someone’s
negligence and want to seek compensation?
For over 20 years, John has exclusively represented people (not corporations).
John has received the America’s Top 100 Attorneys Lifetime Achievement Award.
Since the year 2000, John has been a Board Certified Civil Lawyer.
John is a graduate and senior instructor at the Trial Lawyers College.