Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer If you were arrested your property should have been returned to you when you were released. If it was not returned you need to file the appropriate complaint forms with the jail. You also need to hire an attorney.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer Sorry I didn't see this sooner. YES, you should hire an attorney, if you haven't already. Representing yourself in Federal Court is much more difficult than in state courts, as I am sure you have learned by now.
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Peter N. Munsing's answer Lawyers give free consultations. If it did that much damage you may have an injury but just want to say "Oh, my shoulder, that 's nothing..." then months later you get a rotator cuff. So contact a member of the OK Trial Lawyers Assn --they give free consults. Look at your policy--do you have more than 25k in coverage? Sounds to me if OK law is what you said, you should get more.
Adam Studnicki's answer Sorry for your loss. Talk to a local injury lawyer, who can review the details and advise. Yoiur daughter's decision to jump out of a moving care makes it a tough case.
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Robert Jason De Groot's answer You need to hire an attorney for this. The car has been siezed, yes it has already happened. The point here is that in order to do anything about it, you need to get an attorney.
Howard Berkson's answer Ordinarily an insurer will want to make a single payment in settlement of the entire matter. There is not enough information here to determine if the settlement attempt is proper or if the settlement amount is in your daughter's best interest. You should consult with an attorney.
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