You need to immediately notify your insurance company. then, you need to go to your doctor and get yourself checked. If you did not file a police report, you may wish to do so now. also, notify the DMV of the accident. Once your doctor has checked you out and your treatment has started, go to an attorney near to your town and ask for a free evaluation of your case. If you have severe pain, make sure your doctor knows about it and take your medication. Keep a pain diary and the level of...
Yes, you can sue him. Hopefully, you got his driver's license or a witness saw the accident or you reported it to the police. Without any evidence linking the driver to the accident, you may have to hire a private investigatore to find the truck and if you remember how the driver looked, you may give a description to your investigator. Best of luck.
If your friend has all of his medical bill and they are substantial with the type of injuries described, I would demand policy limits. However, remember, he has to pay his attorney and his medical bills. so depending on the medical bills, there might not be too much left. Do not be surprised.
This is a lesson not to talk to the adverse party's adjuster. Do not listen to them. If you were hurt, get treated and follow your doctor's advice. Next, hire a P.I. lawyer and ask him to represent you. Best of luck.
That is not true. You better get an attorney right now. The insurance company may be negotiating with the other attorney and not paying attention to you because you have no one to speak for you. Also, they may be leading you into the path of forgetting the Statute of lImitations. if you do not file your lawsuit within two years, you may lose your chance at recovery for your personal injury. Best of luck.
Just because you fell in Walmart does not automatically entitle you to a settlement. Your insurance friend is not an attorney and he does not know all the intricacies of a slip and fall accident , specially against a corporation like Walmart that fights all slip and fall cases. Each case, though is unique and you need an attorney to help you maximize a recovery if liability is indeed Walmart's. Hope you recover big. Best of luck.
Most likely the older lady was paid for damages to her car. If she suffered personal injuries, she will sue your friend. It appears that your friend has already notified his insurance company to defend him, so just tell him to hold on tight while the plaintiff's attorney negotiates with his insurance company.. He will get sued only of his insurance company does not agree to pay the amount demanded or tender the full amount of his policy. If he gets sued, have him send the complaint to his...