If you are only dealing with property damage I would talk to your carrier to see if they will handle the claim on your behalf. If injuries are involved I would get together with a good personal injury lawyer. Initial consult should be free.
In my opinion this is not a case worth suing over....thank goodness you have no permanent injury. In my experience you need more to get a jury to side with you on a med/Mal case. Speak to an attorney about this. I think he/she will agree.
Was the accident investigated by the police/sheriff's department? If so, do you have a copy of the report? Did you tell your insurance carrier you were hit from behind? Is your car still available so that it can be inspected? There maybe physical damage consistent with your being hit by another vehicle. You should talk to an attorney! Finally, did you have PIP insurance? If so, you may have some money to pay back a small portion of your outstanding medical. Good luck! Please get help from a...
Have you gone back to the doctor that did your previous surgeries? Has an MRI or CT scan been performed after you were rear ended? Scans may show new injuries to your spine. A case like this can get complicated. Find a good lawyer. It will be well worth it in the end.
It's always tougher to deal with an insurance carrier when there is a delay in treatment. The most important issue is your health. Find out what's wrong and get treated. I think it's time for you to get an attorney on board! It will be the best way to obtain a full recovery.
Good morning. In a typical personal injury case the ultimate fee is based on the contingency fee contract agreed to by the lawyer and his client. Usually there is no retainer or hourly billing involved. The lawyer receives a percentage of the recovery. The smaller the recovery, the smaller the fee.
Hard to tell whether you have a viable case without the details surrounding what caused you to fall. Depending on the circumstances you may have a case. Talk to an attorney. He/she will be able to tell you whether you have something worth pursuing. The consultation should be free.