I would urge you to discuss the matter further with an experienced personal injury attorney ASAP. As long as you had insurance, this would be covered under your uninsured motorist coverage.
Most important is who made the diagnosis and what care you have sought. The symptoms you describe are usually secondary to long-term nerve impingement in your lumbar and cervical spine. These injuries need to be diagnosed by an orthopaedic doctor. An attorney can guide you through the process.
You may already have damaged your case by delay. Contact a personal injury attorney to discuss this in person or by telephone ASAP.
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Sorry to be so direct and blunt, but if you have not retained, or at least consulted with, a qualified personal injury lawyer, then you have done yourself a disservice and played into the trap laid by the insurance industry for the unwary. Good luck.
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You should contact a local personal injury attorney about making a claim for uninsured motorist (UM) benefits under your own auto insurance policy if you have that coverage. Good luck.Ask a similar question
It may be worth it. Does the doctor say that the symptoms you are having are related to your accident? Also, if you bring a claim it will be against your own insurance company because the other driver did not have insurance. Check your policy and make sure you have uninsured motorist coverage. If so, speak with a local personal injury attorney asap.Ask a similar question
If the other driver was uninsured and you suffered damages for which you were treated, then you can bring a claim under you UM portion of your insurance policy. Best of luck.
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If you do not have UM coverage you might be out of luck anyway. Have you gone to the doctor to get checked out ?Ask a similar question
Why not immediately consult a local personal injury attorney - most will offer a free consultation & if they accept your case will handle it on a contingency fee basis (no recovery, no fee)
This is not intended to be legal advise or as legal representation. I am a California personal injury attorney . Be aware that every state has its own statute of limitations; and statutes & case laws that govern the handling of these matters.Ask a similar question
I would certainly contact an experience Personal Injury attorney and it will be important to know whether you have UM/UIM Benefits under your insurance policy. My office provides FREE CONSULTATIONS and I can be reached at 317-608-5795.Ask a similar question
At least get a consultation with a local personal injury lawyer, and go from there.Ask a similar question
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