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You can hire a free attorney, who will only recover money if they recover money for you. You have that option or you can just get in through the court. However, hiring a personal injury attorney is a great idea in a case like this.
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To answer your question in detail requires addition information. However, generally the negligent driver is responsible. Contact an attorney as soon as possible as to avoid any statute of limitations issue.Ask a similar question
Need to speak to a personal injury attorney. A personal injury attorneys usually are retained through contingency meaning you don't pay them anything unless there's a recovery. Now six months into it, oh boy, you may have trouble, but start calling today.
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You need to hire a personal injury plaintiff attorney to review your case and potentially file a civil lawsuit against the DUI negligent driver for your damages. Contact an attorney ASAP. Time is not your friend, act now.
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First of all, I am truly sorry about your injuries. I concur with my fellow colleagues. You are in a real predicament at the moment. I would strongly advise that you contact a personal injury attorney such as myself to help you through the process. A question in my mind is whether or not your boyfriend had automobile insurance coverage or whether the party convicted for the DUI had insurance coverage. I would be happy to talk to you and provide you with a free consultation.
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If other driver had auto liability insurance that is first area of recovery; if there is coverage & it is exhausted, then if you have underinsured motorist coverage that would be available if you limits are larger than other driver's policy limits. Or if other driver and/or registered owner of other vehicle has no liability coverage then your uninsured motorist coverage. Also, perhaps you carry auto medical payments coverage. Also there is court restitution & perhaps victims fund available. Also if other drive was in course of employment for another etc etc - the list goes on and on. This is why you need to contact a California personal injury attorney, such as myself to assist you. There is no fee unless there is a recovery - and consultation is free of charge. You deserve to be compensated for your medical bills (past & future) & for your pain & suffering & disability.
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You should retain an attorney who could assist you in getting medical treatment on a lien basis (i.e. the doctor agrees to forego payment until the case settles).
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I'm sorry to hear that you've been in so much pain, but there are steps you may be able to take to get your medical bills paid for and just compensation for your pain and suffering if you act now.
1. Personal Injury attorneys work off a contingency fee. This means that you won't pay anything up-front, and they will only a charge you a fee later on if they win you money for your case.
2. The medical bills can be paid by several different entities depending on the circumstances, but most likely either by the negligent party's insurance provider (the drunk driver that hit you) or your insurance provider (if you have uninsured motorist coverage).
You need to act quickly. There are strict time constraints for when claims are allowed to be filed. I wish you all the best.
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You should first look to the auto insurance for the drunk driver. This assumes of course that the drunk driver was insured and this was not a hit and run. If the drunk driver did not have insurance, you should look to the auto insurance policy covering your boyfriend's vehicle. If you were covered under your own auto policy, even though you were in your boyfriend's car, you may be covered under that policy as well.Ask a similar question
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