Consult a local PI lawyer.
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Get a lawyer IMMEDIATELY. And do not talk to the insurer without one.
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You may have a very strong claim. I would strongly encourage you to call a qualified personal injury lawyer.
Attorney Pete Pearson
Yes, you can sue for pain and suffering. However there are many factors that should be investigated. Consult with a Personal Injury attorney.
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Hopefully, there are mitigating factors for the delay in treatment and/or other ways you may have docu,ended the injury. Ps vi'm not so sure the liability is as clear cut as you think. Good luck.
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If you can prove your injuries diagnosed the following month were caused or aggravated by the collision and not by a post-accident intervening cause, you might have a viable cause of action against the other driver. Waiting for a month after the accident to require or to get medical treatment (if this is what occurred) will make your case tougher but not unwinnable. Feel free to call or email me at no charge to discuss the matter further.
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You would need to retain a personal injury lawyer to investigate. Find a lawyer with a low contingency fee, less than 30% with no costs deducted, so you get the lion’s share of the settlement, not your lawyer.
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