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Yes. Easily. If you were involved in a car accident, report it to your car insurance company and cooperate with them. They will defend the claim against you.
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Of course. During most circumstances, a medical report with a treating physian's diagnosis and future treatment would be prepared after several visits and diagnostic testing.
Sorry to hear about these turn of events. Contact and hire a local car accident attorney to help you in dealing with the truck's insurance company.
Yes. Why not?
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Certainly they could
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Of course!! You're talking about a vehicle moving nearly 22 feet per second. Anyone could be hurt by that! Look for a local personal injury attorney if this is your case!!
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Anyone can be injured in an accident regardless of the weight and speed involved. Every accident is different. If the injured person receives medical attention and the medical provider can relate the injuries to this accident and the injuries are permanent in nature than the injured person can make a claim for their injuries. So yes it is possible.
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