Q: Yes I was in an accident about 2 weeks ago..well the other drivers insurance company is denying my claim even though
I have police report stating that he was at fault he even admitted it was his fault we both had the same story about what happened and he was parked on side of street we’re he was not suppose to be parking.well after police report was made he suddenly came up with a witness coming up with a different story so there insurance adjuster denied claim without a reason why..also talk to the officer that took out statements and he said that the person that hit me was at fault and the witness that he the person that hit me was not credible about what happen and that he will help me in what I needed to get help on trying to get my claim.what can I do to get what is owed to me?
A: It's not clear if this is an injury situation or just property damage, and the severity in either case. There is a two year statute of limitations in either case. If just property damage, and not much dollar damage, then small claims court might be the way to go (if < $4k). If an injury claim, then your medical will usually need to be > $2k to allow you to recover for pain and suffering damages. With a less than honest witness a lawyer will likely be needed.
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