Can I sue with a no fault wreck with a deer?
4 attorney answers
I feel your pain; I've hit 2 and my wife hit one with a week-old car. It's expensive. Unfortunately you'll probably be better off going with your own insurance than eating the huge costs of a huge airbag case; those costs might cause you to lose money.
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Airbag cases are very difficult and expensive to pursue and would only be viable if there were very severe injuries.
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Mr. Hoffman is correct your only option is to use your own medical pay coverage and comprehensive coverage to get your car fixed.
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Your only option is use your own insurance to recover the value of the vehicle and use medical payments coverage for the bills.
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