Insurance Co. Refuses to Pay Victim After Police Chase Crash

A high-speed chase causes several auto accidents in St. Louis City. One St. Louis woman’s car was damaged during the high-speed chase and now she is stuck with the bill. The woman claims her insurance company will not cover the $4,000 in damages caused by a suspect who hit her car during a high-speed chase with police through the Central West End. The woman only had liability and not comprehensive coverage. The insurance company will not pay to fix her car and the woman will be responsible even though the accident was caused by the misconduct of another driver. The woman said she will speak to an auto accident attorney to see if someone can help her negotiate with the insurance company. The high-speed chase that damaged several cars ended near Fox Theater in downtown St. Louis. The female suspect was fleeing from police in a stolen car with a child in the backseat. St. Louis Police were able to detain the woman and she is in custody.

If you have suffered an injury or property damage in an accident that was caused by the wrongful conduct or negligence of another driver, it is in your best interest to speak to a St. Louis auto accident attorney at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC. Our auto accident attorneys are dedicated to helping injured victims of accidents, wrongful conduct, and negligence. As skilled litigators and successful trial attorneys, our legal team at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, have recovered significant verdicts and successfully settled cases for thousands of clients. Don’t walk through your accident alone. Contact St. Louis’ best insurance negotiator to secure the compensation you are entitled.

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