I Was In A Car Accident, But Didn’t Have Insurance. Can I Still Recover Damages For My Injuries?

As you may know, the California Financial Responsibility Laws require all drivers to have valid liability insurance. Proposition 213 was voted on, and passed by California voters in 1996 and enacted in 1997 as Civil Code Section 3333.4. Civil Code Section 3333.4 limits recovery of uninsured drivers, so that they cannot recover pain and suffering as a result of an accident. Although there are exceptions to this rule, this law has resulted in many injury victims being penalized for not having valid liability insurance.

Therefore, if you are injured in an auto accident, you should contact an experienced injury lawyer to consult regarding your legal rights, even if you are uninsured. There are several exceptions to this limitation placed on injury victims that can be explored by an experienced California auto accident lawyer. The aggressive attorneys at the Sharifi Firm, APC in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange and Riverside Counties can assist you in handling of your injury case as a result of an auto accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, bus accident or any other type of serious injury accident, such as injuries resulting in loss of a limb, fractures, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, head trauma, burn injuries and even wrongful death.

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