Best thing to do is ask your attorney. He should know how to recover your expenses.
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Never handle a case accident claim yourself, or you will either get #1. no money or #2. a nuisance settlement. Retain a personal injury lawyer and get the compensation to which you are entitled.
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There are very few situations in which you should represent yourself in any auto accident. Further, there are almost no situations that I can think of that would not warrant a consultation with an experienced auto accident attorney, since those consultations are almost always free. I would also hesitate to have any trust in the All State rep
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Retain an attorney. In Werner v. Latham, 332 N.J. Super. 76 (App. Div. 2000), the court held that the New Jersey collateral source rule, N.J. Stat. Ann. § 2A:15-97, did not act act as a complete bar to recovering medical costs paid by a health insurance carrier in circumstances where the plaintiff was injured while operating his motorcycle. The Werner court addressed when the health insurance carrier would have the right to seek reimbursement from the plaintiff or pursue a claim against the tortfeasor (the party who caused the accident).
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