yes, you can make a claim for damages, both property and personal. Your legal status in the US and your drivers license status are not factors in your ability to make a claim.
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Yes. We just resolved a significant case for a citizen of Great Briton. Her location made securing medical records, reports and depositions more challenging but there certainly was not an issue in bringing the claim.
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The international license should not affect your right to file against the people who are at fault for the accident and your ability to recover for your injuries.
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Your citizenship status is not an issue. You can certainly file a claim and recover monies for any injuries that you sustain and any property damage. I have had currently have numerous cases for individuals who are not legal citizens. Although some defense attorneys make issues out of it, I have never had a problem overcoming those issues.
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Possibly. It depends on the circumstances of the accident as well as your injuries, if any. Seek an experienced personal injury attorney ASAP. Many attorneys, such as myself, offer free 30 minute consultations. Good luck!
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From the facts you present nothing appears to prevent you from filing a claim if you were injured.
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