You certainly can. Depending on when the accident happened, you may have sufficient time to try and negotiate a fair settlement without spending time and money on a lawsuit. You definitely need to hire a personal injury attorney in your area to explain the process to you.
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you need to contact a local accident lawyer right away and obtain medical care. Your injuries could be worse than you think but you should be checked out to make sure. A lawyer will attempt to resolve your claim without litigating which will save you money in the long run as long as the carrier is evaluating your claim fairly.
Yes you can sue, but most claims get settled without needing to file a lawsuit. I know you went to the ER, but if you need additional medical care, do not delay getting follow up treatment. The insurance company will try to use that against you if you wait too long. You should also should consult with an injury attorney as soon as possible.
Call Nathan Hughey at Hughey law Firn or Ken Harrell at Joye law firm. I believe they offer a free consult.
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A lawsuit is always an option. Your question however does not give any specific information for any specific advise. The fastest way to handle your claim is to let your insurance repair your car under your collision coverage. The will subrogate against the other party and include your deductible in their claim. As far as the injury portion of your claim, get the medical attention you need and contact a lawyer for guidance.
First and foremost make sure you are taking care of your injuries through medical physicians. A pain in the neck can be signs of a disc injury. This is true throughout your spine. Interview a couple of attorney's who should give free consultations. This way you are taking the necessary steps in handling your claim.
Yes, you definitely have an action. You should contact a local personal injury attorney to discuss your options.
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