Not likely. Your injuries were not caused by another driver or uninsured car, so, you do not have a right to recover from your mom's carrier. Sorry for the situation.Ask a similar question
Doesn't appear, based on the facts provided, that you can bring a claim unless your mother's policy specifically addresses this issue in your favor but I highly doubt that it does.
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Damage claims, pain and suffering, are when someone else causes the damage. Your mothers policy would not apply. Also speak with someone local. I wish you a full and speedy recovery.
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Until we can sue non-domesticated animals' owners, no.
Your mom's UM policy doesn't kick in without contact from a hit and run or uninsured vehicle.
Other than med pay, which seems to have applied and been used, no option I can see here.
Really sorry for this situation.
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Possibly, if there was some condition of the car that caused the accident.
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You indicate that you were on the way to work, which is usually not covered by WC in Ilinois. There are some circumstances however where WC applies such as if you are a traveling employee.
Accidents involving wild deer are usually not covered by uninsured motorist coverage which require contact with an uninsured vehicle to apply.
It would not hurt to talk with an experieced attorney in your area just to be sure.
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In general, a passenger may recover in an accident involving an animal such as a deer. These cases usually involve the driver's negligence such as swerving and hitting a fixed object. If your passenger contributed or the vehicle was negligently maintained, a potential claim may be considered. Medical Payments may cover future care and treatment. An individual should carefully review any applicable insurance policy.Ask a similar question
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