It's a tough question to answer because it's very fact dependent. If there was something about how it was parked that made it difficult to see, that could effect who is at fault. Has a claim been made through your insurance?
I would strongly recommend that you not settle. It is far too risky to settle for money now when you do not know the true extent of your injuries from a medical bill and wage loss standpoint. You need to file your claim as soon as possible to protect your rights. You need to continue getting medical treatment as well.
What's most important is getting medical treatment You own car insurance is required by law to pay each of your me fiscal bills for one year or $15,000 of care, whichever is first.
There is no need to wait for any information before contacting your insurance company. There really is no need to contact the defendant- that will all be taken care of in the process.
It sounds like it would be helpful to have an attorney help you with the process so everything is taken care of for you and you...
The insurance company is offering you a small amount of money in hopes that you will settle your claim before you should settle and for a small amount. They are looking after them self not you.
What's most important is that you get the medical treatment you need to have a full recovery as quickly as possible. The insurance on the car you were in will pay medical bills and, under certain conditions, wage loss.
Don't sign a medical authorization for the defendants insurance company or give...
I would suggest contacting your agent to find out why your insurance was cancelled. They should find the answer for you and provide a letter of explanation. You might want contact your bank to see if a payment was rejected from the insurance company. It would be best to talk with an attorney who handles DMV hearings to make sure you do not have your license suspended.
Any net settlement involving less than $25,000 does not require court approval. The money is required to be placed a savings account in the child's name and not to be used under any circumstances until the minor is 18 or with authorization from the court.
You are entitled to a permanent partial disability award when you are medically stationary and your claim is closed if you have permanent limitations.
You may also be eligible for vocational retraining if you are not able to return to your job.
The insurance company may offer you a settlement at some point in time. Based on the injury that you have described, settling may not be a good idea.
I hope I am answering your question.