I stopped at a red light I looked left, right left and moved to turn right. When I did a woman came in front of my car and hit her going 3-5 miles an hour. Tha accident hurt her left cafe. I stayed for the ambulance then the police report. The paramedics said her injury wasn't enough to be taken by the ambulance despite over time an ambulance came twice.
So she called her daughter who waited for us, then the police report and the police said I can go.
I have insurance.
My question is. If the woman got a bruise are you able to tell the range of the payout is?
Is this my fault, I believe it is.
I was unable to tell from your facts who had the right of way, though most of the times the person who hits the other car is at fault. Apparently the officer did not issue you a ticket. That being the case you will not get any points on your driving record. It remains to be seen whether the other driver brings personal injury or property damage claim against you. If she does your insurance company may increase your insurance premium.
My response above is only general, legal and business analysis. It is not "legal advice." It is my own analysis based on the limited brief summary you presented. Other attorneys may have a different analysis and opinion especially if more facts are considered. I am not your attorney until retained by a written retainer agreement signed by both of us. I am only licensed in the State of New Jersey.
From what I understand, you hit a pedestrian. It is likely your fault. Let your insurance company know right away, they can handle any injury claim.
You, turn it over to your insurance company to resolve, and watch out for pedestrians when you are behind the wheel
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