Ashburn, VA asked in Car Accidents for Pennsylvania

Q: Do I have a valid reason to sue the van drivers insurance?

I was involved in a car swipe accident. This is my first ever car accident involving a vehicle. The driver that hit my car works for Amazon as a delivery driver. They have tons of vans in my area.

So ever since the car accident, I am now having problems emotionally when I am driving near any Amazon vans. I feel scared that they might damage my car again.

Also when my car got hit by the van, that impact was very scary and I had flashbacks for the first three days.

The accident happened on 11/23/2019.

The Amazon van driver was found at fault by the police.

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1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: If your doctor recommends PTS therapy, the doctor visit and therapy would be covered under 1st party benefits.

if you had any physical injuries--stiffness, pain, etc--tell your doctor so it's on the record.

You have a claim you can make but first get the medical rolling.

If you weren't at fault your rates won't be affected.

For PTS, check out EMDR. Google

Psychology Today, Therapist, EMDR, _________________(name of your town) PA

good luck! Have questions still? give me a call.

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