Clearly the other driver is responsible for all of the out-of-pocket costs that are incurred. However many times the other parties insurance company will delay payment. If you have insurance you can go through your own insurance company for the automobile rental and they will be reimbursed by the other parties insurance company. If not, you can go ahead and rent the vehicle and then get reimbursed by the other parties insurance company at some later date.
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Discuss a rental with your own insurance company, and they can get reimbursed from the driver's insurance company.
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If you were injured, you should seek prompt medical attention and retain an attorney. On the car issue: You are entitled to "loss of use" of your vehicle. An attorney could assist you in opening a claim with her insurance company and demanding that they pay for a rental car for you. Some insurance carriers will pay the rental agency directly and some require that you pay for the rental car and then be reimbursed once your car has been inspected and you have been paid the fair market value for the vehicle. Without more facts about how the accident happened, it is hard to provide an analysis of liability but, I would be glad to speak with you further about the incident either via email or phone. My toll free number is 866-229-0101.
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I agree with the other commentors.
Ordinarilly, it would be best to go through your own PD insurance. And let them deal with the other party's ins.co.
If you have rental insurance, they will pay for it. If not, then the other party's in
will provide you with a rental or reimburse you for the out of pocket expense.
You are entitled to compensation for medical bills, property damage, dimminution in value of your vehicle, lost wages - or lost income, along with general damages for pain & suffering and inconvenience.
Most insurance companies have separate adjusters for individuals who are represented by an attorney. Other party's insurance companies do not have to deal with you in good faith, so it can be prudent to have an attorney represent you. The settlement negotiated by an attorney will usually be more in your pocket even after deducting the contingent fee.
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