Elkton Driving Uninsured Lawyer
Representing Maryland accused of driving while uninsured
Like most states, Maryland requires drivers of automobiles to be insured with what they’ve designated as the minimum allowable coverage for the specific class of vehicle being driven.
You can read more about these insurance minimums, and how to protect yourself better by buying the right insurance by visiting our Maryland Insurance Book(link) website, and requesting a copy of our free Maryland Insurance Book. When you drive without insurance, you run the risk of being cited for driving without insurance. These are incredibly serious charges. Not only do you open yourself up to the potential financial liability of causing an accident that results in injuries and property damage.
The criminal/traffic citation could result in fines, points, and up to a year in jail for a first offense, and higher fines, points and up to two years in jail for a second or subsequent offense.
It is very important to take these charges seriously, as the immediate and long term consequences can be devastating to your financial situation, as well as your ability to validly drive a vehicle in the State of Maryland.
Due to our office’s extensive experience in handling auto accident injury cases, we take automobile insurance very seriously. Whether you are facing charges for driving while uninsured, or just have questions about what insurance coverages are the minimum or what you should have to protect yourself from a future accident, call us any time to discuss any of these things at (410) 885-6200. We are always happy to take the time to meet with clients and others from the community to assist in insurance guidance. We cannot sell you insurance, so you don’t have to worry about us trying to pressure you into a sale…we just can’t do it!
Call today at (410) 885-6200 to discuss all options for insurance whether you are facing charges or not.