I recently had an auto accident, and the accident reports shows that it clearly was not my fault. Anyways, the insurance companies say that have not been able to view the accident report online yet. I dont understand that. My insurance has paid off my vehicle with a little left over. But I am still left without a car, In other words I am not where I was before the accident. The guilty parties insurance still claims that have not received or viewed any accident report yet. I have been to the doctor and evaluated for acute shoulder pain, and given prescriptions. Am I entitled to receive anything from the guilty parties insurance for this + I have missed two days of work, and have been using other transportation since the accident. What should I do.i took pictures of the accident scene showing where my vehicle ended up after been side swiped. I took pictures of the damage from all angles I could see, and also of the other vehicle. When I looked at the accident report. the diagram was unbelievably similar as to what happened. I simply pulled up the accident report just by typing in my name in the search filed, and it popped up with all information. Yet they say they are still waiting on it. My insurance and the other parties. I even faxed a copy to my insurance claims department. Craziness. So I have decided to just hand deliver it to one of my insurance's local offices. Should I also make a copy for the guilty partie's insurance carrier also, or wait and let it be done otherwise? Should I inform the other persons insurance of my injuries, or NOT?
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