Document the entire situation making daily notes of the effects of your injuries. Also, report the accident to the DMV and never admit responsibility.
Almost ½ of all states legally require this insurance. It helps to eliminate liability claims in smaller accidents by exchanging direct payments by the injured’s insurance company. It does not, however, cover auto damage so a claim should still be filed for this.
Almost always the answer is yes. The law says that you must be able to stop safely if a car stops in front of you.
Getting to court for a vehicle accident can take 3-5 years in most cases.
You should always see a doctor after an accident even if you are not feeling pain right away. Be sure to document when you noticed the pain and when you went to the doctor.
Often a person’s personal assets will come into play in a case such as this.
Often, yes, to a certain amount, and then they will get reimbursed once the case is complete.
Check your insurance policy; many will have a clause that allows you to rent a car. Be sure to track the expense involved as this is considered a cost that you suffered.