Your primary concern right now is to seek medical treatment. What a settlement should be will be unknown until after such a time. Finally, you should retain an attorney to obtain a settlement or award on your behalf. We usually represent personal injury clients on contingency and they're likely to get more by way of compensation.
Hire an attorney. He or she will likely get you compensation that is more than if you did this alone. It isn't too late. Once your attorney reviews the details of your case, they'll be able to give you a range of values of what they believe to be fair compensation. Many attorneys, like myself, will not charge for an initial consultation.
You should speak with an attorney. With that said, you should not only be compensated for your medical expenses, loss of earnings, etc. but your general damages such as pain and suffering. I wouldn't wait to speak to a personal injury attorney because a tort claim in Virginia has a two year statute of limitation from the date of loss.
Hard to quantify your damages without more information. Consult with and perhaps retain an attorney to handle this. The compensation with the help of an attorney will likely be greater than if you negotiated on your own.
In Virginia, the statute of limitations for personal injury is 2 years from the date of the accident. For property damage, 5 years. The Maryland court, should the defendant reside there, will apply the Virginia statute of limitations.
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