betting 2 street i was a driveway and he trying to go there so he make a left a didn't see until he hit me half of my car i was oready pass and they saying that is my fault i need help [email protected] i went the hospital next day cuz i dont want my insurance to go up can i sue or no im not feeling good at all after this accident
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If you were injured, you should see a doctor to find out if there is anything wrong. If he turned left into you, you could have a claim as the turning vehicle is typical the at fault vehicle, though both could be partially at fault. I suggest you contact a local personal injury attorney to discuss the matter. Good luck.
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At the moment, the last thing on your mind should be your insurance premiums.
Since you are hurt, make sure you see a medical doctor and report ALL of your problems.
Then call a local personal injury lawyer for what is typically a free first consult to explore all of your options. Best wishes
New York is a comparative negligence state meaning that you determine the percentage of liability attributable to each driver. The percentage must add up to 100%. If you sustained serious injuries in the accident you have a valid claim and you can recover the value of your injuries at whatever percentage is attributable to the other vehicle.
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