Yes, you are entitled to sue the other driver for the damage to vehicle, your pain and suffering, and any our of pocket economic losses. You're right to sue the other driver will be controlled, in part, by whether or not you maintain "full tort" or "Limited tort" insurance. You may also have selected Uninsured Motorist coverage which will protect you and even the other driver has no insurance. You should really consult with a personal injury attorney. Best of luck with your claim.
Yes you absolutely can. Call your personal adjuster and report th accident. Acquire the police report and submit that to you insurance company. The police should be able to track down the driver with the license plate information. If they are unable to locate the driver check to see if you carry uninsured motorist coverage on your own policy ( that enables you to proceed against your own policy for compensation when there is no other insurance to proceed against.). Call a car accident attorney ASAP. Good luck.
Yes, if the other driver is identified you can make a claim against them ortheir insurance. It's not uncommon to experience injuries hours or days after an accident. The other driver can't be located can claim against your uninsured coverage
I agree with all of the other fine contributors.
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You should report the incident to your insurance company., if you haven't done so. You did the right thing in reporting it to the police. If you haven't been to the doctor yet, you should go to one immediately. You need to care for whatever injuries you might have sustained.
You should also contact a car accident lawyer in the Philadelphia area. When you call the lawyer, make sure you have your policy around so you can let him know the details of your insurance.
I hope your injuries aren't serious.
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Yes, you can make a claim for your injuries. The investigation at this early stage is important and it is always important to follow your doctor's care instructions to make sure you get the care you need to recover.
Yes. You are entitled to bring a claim. Please consult with an attorney who is experienced in this area of the law. As to what you can expect, please look at my AVVO site and look up the article I authored about the steps that are followed in al legal claim. - Bill Myers
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