My daughter was hit by a car about a month ago and um she was riding her bike she was crossing from one street to another and she ran into a car she receives stitches for a deep cut and she had several lacerations can I sue the person even though they were not at fault and it was simply an accident
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You cannot recover damages from the person who was not at fault for the accident.
Is there a police report? Did the driver speak with police? Was a no-fault claim made for medical expenses? Various things to explore here. Best to consult with a lawyer before reaching conclusions. VTY, ME Zuller
Believe it or not you may have a claim for personal injuries, however, you need to provide a copy of the police report to an attorney to review. Regarless of whether you can have a legal claim against the driver the no fault insurance will still cover the medical expenses. For an absolutely FREE consultation please contact me at 347-702-4133 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call me on my cell phone at 917-596-2021.
You may and you should at least try. Do you have a police report? Contact me directly at 346 612-6677. consultation is Free
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