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What is the role of insurance in a personal injury case?

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The Role of Insurance in Personal Injury Cases

Insurance can play a significant role in a personal injury case, as it may be used to cover the damages incurred by the injured party. There are several types of insurance that may be involved in a personal injury case, including:

Liability insurance: Liability insurance covers damages that are the result of the policyholder's actions or negligence. In a personal injury case, the defendant's liability insurance may be used to cover the plaintiff's damages.

Health insurance: Health insurance may be used to cover medical bills and other healthcare expenses incurred as a result of the injury.

Uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage: This type of insurance covers damages incurred in a car accident where the at-fault driver either does not have insurance or does not have enough insurance to cover the damages.

Disability insurance: Disability insurance may be used to cover lost wages and other expenses if the injury results in the inability to work.

If you have been injured and are considering seeking compensation through a personal injury lawsuit, it is important to understand the role that insurance may play in your case. The experienced attorneys at Doucet Co., LPA can help you navigate the insurance process and fight for the compensation you are entitled to. Call us today at (888) 200-9824 for a free consultation.

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