How can I get compensation for pain and suffering, physical loss and other damages caused by an accident?
5 attorney answers
If you were working when you were injured then you possibly have a workers compensation case. However, if you were not working when you hit as a pedestrian, you can file a personal injury claim against the owner and/or operator of the vehicle that hit you.
You should contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible so they can evaluate and potentially initiate a claim on your behalf.
It is crucial that if you have photographs of the location, injuries, damage of to the vehicle, or witness information. Good luck
You need to hire an attorney experienced in the field of personal injury. It appears at first glance that you have a case to pursue. Good luck.
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Assuming the incident occurred recently, you should contact an experienced personal injury lawyer without delay so that he/she can investigate the accident while the evidence remains fresh. A claim will be brought on your behalf against the driver's auto insurer for your injuries and other damages. Your lawyer will gather all of your medical records/bills, police report, witness statements, insurance policy information, etc., and work with the insurer to win the best settlement possible. Call one of us on Avvo for a free consultation and you will learn the procedure for filing a claim. Hopefully there is adequate insurance coverage for your injuries. Best of luck.
You simply need to hire a personal injury attorney. The attorney can make A claim against the car that hit you for pain and suffering and lost wages . Better to do it right away. Good luck.
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I'm sorry to hear you were hurt.
You would bring a claim against the driver's bodily injury insurance. That drivers PIP insurance would also apply. Also, if that driver's BI policy is not adequate, and you or a household member has under insurance, you may also be able to bring an under insurance claim.
I recommend contacting a personal injury attorney to discuss your accident.