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post #31 of 32 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 12:30 PM
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Sorry you were hit, first thing first heal. There will be time to sue and to work out who pays what.

Insurance vary's greatly from state to state keep that in mind when you ask for advice on the net.
Start with your insurance company, and see what they can work out.

As far as were you fall under the person at fault you fall under liability part of the insurance.

Suing some one who has no money is pointless, you will wast time. Everyone gets paid before you.

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Talk to a lawyer. This is what they are here to do. Sad truth of reality is if the person doesnt have anything of value you are not going to be able to go after them for much. If they have a shitty job and dont make much money your not going to be able to garnish very much of their wages. I believe most states have a cap % of their wage you can take. Heal up and hope the best for you.
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