You did not provide much information in your facts as far as any injuries or damages therefore, my only answer would be to contact a local attorney.
You have to get well. Get a personal injury lawyer. And yes, get the therapy you need.
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Make sure to contact a lawyer. Many personal injury lawyers in Wisconsin are listed right here on Avvo and will give a free consulation to you.
You have both rights and responsibilities. Take care of them. Good luck.
Get a good lawyer for you ASAP.
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You need a lawyer. Check with a lawyer in your locale to discuss more of the details.
Good luck to you.
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"Getting paid" is entirely different than filing a claim or a lawsuit. You are not prevented from filing a claim or lawsuit in Wisconsin because you have a suspended license. If the other driver is insured and at fault, you will be able to make a claim against him or her.
I would suggest you contact an attorney to discuss your matter.
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