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Uninsured Motorist In Wisconsin November 9, 2009

Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in FAQ Personal Injury, Motorcycle Collisions, Wisconsin Auto Accidents.
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What happens if you are involved in an auto accident and the at fault person says they have no insurance.  How do you know if they are lying?

One of the “tricks of the trade” is using the State’s resources and power to pull the at fault driver’s license for a year or until payment of damages is made.

The form that is sometimes used is t342.   I suggest you call the Wisconsin DMV or a person injury attorney with any questions about what to do when confronted with this situation.

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1. Knoxville personal injury lawyer - December 2, 2009

I agree. Since nearly every personal injury attorney offers free consultations it only makes sense to let an expert determine how far your case can go.


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