You keep compounding the problem by not consulting with local and qualified personal injury litigation counsel. Please stop talking to the insurance company. You and for sure your son have claims that warrant separate counsel. Good luck.
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IMMEDIATELY contact a local personal injury attorney. Do not wait any longer - wait talking to the insurance adjuster - as you have learned, the adjuster is not on your side.
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Consult a lawyer and show them you won't take no for an answer
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I agree with the responding car accident attorneys. You should absolutely consult with a top car accident attorney in your area to help you with your injuries as well as your son's. Best of luck.
I'm sorry to hear about this accident and I hope your'e getting the treatment and care needed for your recovery. You should consult with an attorney in your area to see what your specific rights are so you can determine if you'd like to pursue the recovery of damages, which would include your pain and suffering. Good luck.
Yes you probably have a claim. Possibly many claims. You had authority to entrust the vehicle to another unless your aunt told you specifically not too. You can bring a claim against the driver. His personal insurance, your aunts insurance and your own under-insured motorist insurance would all apply (assuming everyone had licenses and no one was excluded) You would also have a claim against your own pip and your aunt's pip. Meet with a local personal injury lawyer to discuss.
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First of all, I hope that you are getting treated for your injuries and that your son has also been seen by a doctor. Secondly, you should contact a personal injury attorney who can walk you through the process and can explain to you all the sources of insurance you may have available. Your friend who drove may have coverage, your aunt's vehicle should have coverage and your own insurance company's uninsured/under insured coverage may apply. Best of luck and hope you have a speedy recovery. -- West
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