I don't have the police report yet, but I think the driver will be at higher fault. Can I request a copy of Police report? Is there a limit by which it is decided that if I'm eligible for a claim for Suffering and workloss? Does it depend on my hospital bill or how much medical care I needed? What is this amount in Michigan? Since my auto insurance will be paying a part of the expenses, is it bad for my record?
While usually I give more details in my answer, my best advice for you is to contact an attorney at once.
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Get a local personal injury lawyer. Dont handle this yourself. You can get the report, all you need to do is request it from the police.
Never try to handle a claim yourself. Accident cases are not as simple as people think. There are a plethora of factors at play here. Retain a personal injury lawyer to represent you. Good luck.
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You can easily get a copy of the police report
You are entitled to wages, medical coverage (through the sttiking vehicles auto insurance or yours) and many other benefits
You are also entitled to pain anf suffering
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