If you are injured you should consult with a personal injury attorney in your town. You should not have to pay, but you will likely have to treat your injuries under a letter of protection. Best of luck.
I suggest that you stop posting details about what you thought, etc., and consult a local personal injury attorney, especially if you are hurt and require medical treatment. The fact that you didn't have insurance might cause you problems with BMV, but should not have much of an effect on your personal injury case.
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