Yes. Consult a personal injury attorney for a thorough review of the facts of your case. He/She should be able to provide you with a game plan.
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Yes. But you can't sue the insurance company; you have to sue the driver of the car and/or the owner of the car and the insurance company will indemnify, or answer for the debts of, the insured parties.
Your insurance company may be entitled to subrogation, the right to get paid back, for any money you receive from the defendants' insurance company for debts paid by your insurance to your doctors, but this often can be negotiated by an experienced lawyer.
You should hire a local personal injury attorney so you get all that you are entitled to.
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You are entitled to $2,500.00 in "no fault" personal injury protection benefits under the policy of insurance covering the automobile that hit you. They must pay all properly submitted bills within 30 days or they owe you interest each day over that deadline. You must send a WRITTEN request to the insurance company asking for a PIP application form, then you must fill it out and return it to the insurer to get PIP benefits. You would be advised to hire a lawyer for this, because this insurer will also be liable to you for more than PIP benefits if their insured driver was at fault for this accident. You have the right to claim damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, disfigurement, permanent impairments, etc. You may have future medical bills. A lawyer will be able to properly document and present your claim to achieve the maximum recovery. Beware that anything you say to the insurance adjuster can be used or twisted around to support a denial of liability, so you really need a lawyer to be the go-between for you so as not to compromise your case. PIP benefits, however, have to be paid even if the insurer denies liability for the accident. If the other driver turns out to be uninsured, you can claim against the Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund.Ask a similar question
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