First of all get the medical care you need. If you were in a company vehicle they most likely had insurance, med pay and uninsured motorist. File a claim with that company and contact a lawyer.Ask a similar question
Get the medical treatment you need. Your employer's vehicle likely had coverage. Also, if you were working, Workers compensation would kick in. Your employer might also have uninsured motorist coverage on the vehicle. Once the doctor has checked you out, you might want to consult with a personal injury lawyer.
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There is a host of insurance issues here. First, I assume you were on duty while driving the company vehicle, which means you may be able to make a claim under worker's compensation. If not, in some states if you are coming and going from work you may still be able to make a claim. Second, the company vehicle, again an assumption, was insured by your employer and so you may be able to make a claim under that policy. Finally, you may have other insurance policies that provide coverage for your injuries. A personal injury/worker's compensation attorney should be able to help you explore your options.Ask a similar question
If you were working at the time if the collision, them your employer's workers' compensation insurance will provide you with medical care.
Also, if the other driver had insurance at the time of the collision, then you should have no difficulty obtaining medical care on a lien basis (where healthcare provider provides medical attention now but defers payment until the close if your case). A good personal injury attorney will be able to assist you.
Contact an attorney who handles personal injury cases and work comp cases.
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I assume you reported the crash and your neck injuries to your employer. If you were acting in the course and scope of your employment at the time of your crash, you may have a workers compensation claim. You should report the crash to the auto insurance company for the company vehicle and to your own auto insurance company to see what medical benefits are available to you. A claim should also be made with the drunk driver. You should also consult with a local personal injury attorney to help you because there are many insurances and claims involved here.Ask a similar question
First of all, you need to ask yourself whether you were operating the company vehicle on business or just driving a company vehicle. If on business, you probably have a worker's comp case. If you were simply driving the vehicle without performing business duties, you need to probably retain a personal injury attorney to handle your injuries for you. In either case, you need to inform your company of the accident and that you are having on-going injury issues for which you need treatment. You should be treating immediately. Sorry to hear about your injuries and wish you a speedy recovery.
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Have a local workers comp / personal injury lawyer investigate the coverage of your employer, and apply for comp benefits. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" too l to find a top-rated Avvo attorney with a low contingency fee. Good luck.Ask a similar question
You should hire a personal injury attorney to assist you with these issues and to maximize your recovery. The longer you put off treatment, the wise it is for you physically and it also harms the potential outcome of your case. Did you report the accident to your employer? Did your employer have you fill out a workers' compensation (WC) claim form and refer you to a doctor through the company's WC plan? Did your employer give you the name of their insurance agent to find out other coverage they have available under their policy?
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This sounds like a personal injury issue, perhaps they contacting the local bar association to see if they can recommend you a PI (personal injury) attorney.Ask a similar question
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