I would be more than happy to speak with you regarding the case. Unfortunately, it is difficult to get all of the necessary information on-line so feel free to call my office at 678-954-5680 or send me an email personally at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be glad to do anything I can to help.
may want to reconsider filing in magistrate court and hire a lawyer to file in state court. sounds like the insurance carrier has been setting up a defense for a while now.
With $4,000 in medical bills you should be able to find an attorney to represent you in this matter on a contingency fee. That attorney may want to file in state or superior court, depending on what he believes is the best local court for your case. Make sure to as that attorney if there is any "medical payments" or "med pay" coverage on your policy, or any other policies of insurance covering you or this accident. If it exists, med pay can be used to pay all or a portion of your medical bills without having to prove fault. I would hire an attorney as soon as possible to investigate all possible sources of insurance covering the accident.
Feel free to give me a call. Given the limited information, I have several questions for you before I can provide you with an adequate answer on the best options for moving forward.
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