The other party has legal liability exposure, regardless of whether there was insurance or not; although you obviously prefer there to be insurance. If GEICO was "reinstating" his insurance, that likely has to do with an issue relating to payment of premiums. If they already declared that the policy was being reinstated prior to or as of the date of accident, the carrier should not be able to change its decision because it later found out that an accident occurred. However, there are details regarding timing, etc, that can affect whether coverage will be available. Definitely consult with an attorney, who will aide you both with the injury claim and the insurance coverage claim.
It's never too late to speak to and hire an attorney. Ultimately the facts may pan out as to much being able to be done for you, but you never know. I've been handling personal injury claims in Florida since 1994. I see this scenario all too often. Was your daughter injured at all? Has GEICO made any final determination regarding the policy for the vehicle that hit her? Feel free to contact me or any other personal injury attorney in your area. There is still information that needs to be gathered to give you good legal advice.
Consult with a lawyer. They may able to get to the bottom of whether the coverage denial was accurate. Nevertheless, the at fault party is still legally responsible for causing an accident. A lawyer may be able to collect you get you car fixed, etc.
You can hire an attorney, but if there's no insurance and the other driver has no money then you probably can't recover for your damages.
You can still retain an attorney to investigate, yes. Contact one of the lawyers in your state who answered above.
Yes, nothing prevents you from hiring an attorney.
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I would hire a lawyer so they can request all the insurance information to find out if what insurance companies are saying is correct. If you have car insurance you may also have uninsured motorist coverage from your personal insurance that will help you recover from your losses. Good luck.
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