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Your question is missing a lot of details that would allow for a proper response. That said, if your injuries are serious enough to have caused you to miss work since December 2012 until now, the likelihood is that you have a serious injury, and you would be making a serious mistake not to see a personal injury attorney in your jurisdiction. Most will offer a free consultation and work on a contingency basis (no up front attorney's fees).
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Here is an answer from a Ky. accident lawyer that you may find is a little more in depth. The good news is that it sounds like you had Ky. PIP coverage on your vehicle and it has compensated you for your lost wages. However, if you only had the basic coverage of $10,000 it sounds like these benefits may be exhausted. If the accident was the fault of another driver then you would have the right to assert a claim for damages including medical expenses/lost wages in excess of $10,000 and pain and suffering. If this is the case then you should seek the advice of an experienced Ky. auto accident attorney.
After initial coverage is used up, a claim can be made against the at fault party for the excess claim for damages and injuries. An attorney will have to handle the car accident case for you. Call a lawyer in your area.
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