You need to hire an attorney. They will help expedite the claim and get full value.
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The sooner you meet with an attorney, the sooner your claim will move towards a fair resolution. The insurance company for the at fault party has been and will be working to gather evidence to undermine your claim. The length of time the case will take is impossible to accurately predict without a full understanding of the facts (both liability and medical). I would be happy to discuss this with you - feel free to contact me for a free consultation.
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it depends. you really should contact a reputable lawyer in lake county for a free consultation. it sounds as though you are still hurt. depending on the insurance company you might just be wasting time by trying to work with it. some simply drag things out without any intention of being reasonable. some though are reasonable. if suit is required it will take a while (usually 2 yrs or so) but most health care providers will take a letter of protection from your lawyer for the medical bills. in choosing a lawyer, word of mouth is best. if you don't know or learn of one then the lake co bar keeps a referral list as well as the indiana trial lawyers assoc located in indy.
if the insurance co on the other side is allstate or a substandard you should simply call a lawyer immediately. if, however, it is farm bureau then you might try working with them as they are pretty reasonable.
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