What Type of Auto Insurance Should I Have in NC?

Depending on the type of auto insurance you have, if you are in a vehicle collision you may not have enough coverage to satisfy medical bills and repair damage--which can be devastating if a victim is unable to work. In North Carolina drivers are required to have uninsured motorist insurance (UMI) for at least $30,000 per person and $60,000 per collision, explains Brent Adams. Brent Adams is an auto accident lawyer in Raleigh and talks in this video about how some negligent drivers are not only careless behind the wheel, but careless with the law and fail to have coverage. What does this mean for victims who are hurt by these negligent drivers?