Q: I was a passenger in a side by side. The driver parked on top of hill facing downhill. As soon as he stepped out the
The side by side took off. Causing me to wreck. I had fractures and pain. Can I sue
A: You likely have a claim for bodily injuries against the driver. You can likely recover for medical bills (past and/or future), lost income/wages, and pain and suffering (past and/or future). Some of your medical bills may be covered by PIP (KY - No Fault Law).
Contact an attorney immediately who understands Kentucky law and the MVRA (No-Fault)
A: Yes you can. Contact an experienced attorney to assist you.
A: Yes you can if the driver was negligent. You maybe entitled to get your medical bills paid, your compensation for pain and suffering,lost wages, and other economic damages.Consult with a lawyer about filing a claim.
A: Yes, you may have a claim against the driver if the driver was negligent. It is important that obtain a police report documenting the incident and seek medical treatment for your injuries. As mentioned, a portion of your medical bills would be covered under Kentucky personal injury protection. Contact an experienced personal injury attorney.
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