I was hit by a tractor trailer and was notified that he has suspended registration by law enforcement. I was also injured during the accident.
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Generally, no. The loss facts are the loss facts.
However, the owner/driver of the unregistered vehicle will probably be cited for this lapse in judgment.
Since you were injured, your best bet to obtain the maximum settlement amount in this case is to ensure you have completed the necessary medical treatment and consult with an attorney in your area to obtain a more specific answer and get all of your legal options before deciding what to do. The attorney will also investigate all available coverages to ensure you have the maximum amount of coverage available to you. You may have some additional coverages on your own auto policy that can assist you of which you may not have been aware. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" link at the top of this page for names of attorneys in your area. Most offer a free consultation and work on a contingency fee basis, so you won’t have to pay anything up front.
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