If they were at fault, retain an attorney in WV to assist you.
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I would suggest you make sure that you have no hidden medical injuries that resulted from the accident. If you aren't sure, contact your local bar association to get referred to a local attorney to advise you.
Have a local personal injury lawyer investigate the accident to see if you can pursue a claim for negligence.
First, you need to determine who was at fault. You can bring a claim against the other person's insurance company if they were at fault. Second, you need your physician to state whether the hernias were a direct cause from the impact in the collision. Is your doctor willing to state that you received permanent injuries that will prevent you from driving. Third, you should contact a personal injury attorney to help you. Sit down with the attorney over a cup of coffee at a free consultation and let him ask you some questions that will help determine what your next step should be.
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