Hire a good personal injury lawyer in your local area to handle the case for you. You need an attorney to analyze the liability issues and your damages and to fight for you to attempt to obtain a fair and reasonable settlement!
If the other party was at fault as you state, his insurance company should pay for the property damages regardless of whether you had insurance. You did the right thing by filing a claim. A property damage adjuster will probably be contacting you soon. If it is not taken care of, contact a lawyer in South Texas.
I would highly recommend that you consult an experienced personal injury lawyer licensed to practice law in Wisconsin for expert legal guidance, especially since it sounds like it was a pretty serious accident.
Your daughter may have a case for premise liability against the owner of the apartment complex. The owner must keep the property in a reasonably safe condition for invitees. This means providing a reasonable level of security, which can include operating security gates, adequate lighting, warning signs, cameras, a security guard, etc.
There also may be a prior history at these apartments of violent crimes. You should contact a personal injury lawyer immediately in your local area for a...
You need a Tx personal injury lawyer, plain and simple. Most handle these cases on a contingency fee basis....a percentage of the total amount recovered. There are many personal injury lawyers in Houston. Keep trying to find one.
You can sue the mother and son and claim that the mother negligently entrusted the vehicle to an unlicensed and uninsured driver. If the son has previous speeding tickets, traffic violations, or accidents, your case will be even stronger on negligent entrustment, but giving the car keys to someone with no driver's license is probably going to win on negligent entrustment! Hopefully, the son had the mother's permission to drive the vehicle and did not take it without her knowledge, these facts...
A SAPCR is a Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship. The hearing is probably for temporary orders/temporary injunction. You need an attorney to represent you at the hearing. It can lay the groundwork for the case.