Free Helpful Injury Information for the Public in San Diego, California, Who Have Been Injured Due to the Negligence of Others & Need Help Deciding if they Need a Lawyer or Not.

San Diego Personal Injury Attorney Mark C. Blane's website collects a large amount of useful information for victims of accidents in Southern California.  For example, we see a lot of injury claims in San Diego County.  What to do after a road or slip & fall accident? Can you sue the Government? What can you expect after a traumatic brain injury? What are the common injuries of a motorcycle accident? Are the insurance companies' settlement values decided by a computer? These and many other topics are outlined in our Library so you can compare, understand and ask the right questions.  

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  • California Uninsured Motorist Auto Accident & Injury California Uninsured Motorist accidents come about due to the fact that an at-fault party was without auto insurance, or did not have enough auto insurance to cover for your injuries. Thus, it becomes necessary to file a claim under your Uninsured Motorist benefits known as a UM claim, or a UIM (under-insured motorist) Claim if the at-fault party had minimal limits.
  • San Diego Uninsured Motorist Injury Law Firm: What You Need To Know California law allows $15,000.00 per person, and $30,000.00 aggregate as the least amount a person can purchase for Uninsured Motorist Coverage. This means you have $15,000.00 for you or any one person injured, and $30,000.00 for two or more injured persons (aggregate). Since this is true, having the least amount allowable by law, also known as "state minimal limits," can work against you in a car accident in the following ways: 1. if the other party has no insurance, you are limited to only $15,000.00 for your own bodily injury claim; 2. if you have medical bills in excess of $15,000.00, you are forced to either settle on the limits, or sue the other party directly; however, if the other party had no insurance, then statistically the chances of the other party having assets or other coverage to go after diminishes dramatically; 3. if you have more than two people in your car, all injured, you are limited to only $30,000.00 for everyone; again, if medical bills get expensive, this becomes a major problem;