In January a man ran a stop sign n hit my car. He was cited, not me. His ins sent me for an estimate, i chose a different shop, which matched their estimate. Two days into my car being in shop, they denied liability. I had to pay out of pocket. I had a rental, i was told my ins paid for rental. Rental car co hit my bank card yesterday. Almost 3 months later.
"Who should I go after" is not a speeding ticket question; It is a civil lawsuit question, and in your case it's an insurance law question as well.
If you want to increase your odds at getting a competent answer then you should repost this question and list "lawsuits and disputes" and not "speeding ticket" as a practice area. In fact, I will do this for you....
I hope that I have been helpful in properly re-directing your question.
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You should really have an attorney handling this for you, not going alone. Do you have any injuries as well? A personal injury lawyer will take this case, zero money up front if you have injuries.
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Sounds like you should consider hiring an attorney to advocate on your behalf.
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