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My son got hit by a drunk driver while crossing a street. He sent his Dr. bills and expenses to the insurance. They havent paid, but it was 4/4/2015.

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 06th, 2017 on Personal Injury - California
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They sent a letter that his injuries were not resolved and the claim would be left open until July. I think its a ruse to keep him from proper restitution. He had graduated high school and was hoping to join the service. He enjoyed running and sports, and had played on after school soccer and basketball teams. Now the Dr says he wont be able to join the service, he will always have pain, and its as healed as its gonna get. He recommended medication and a brace. He called an atty for a consultation. He was told they couldnt help him. How can he get his compensation now?
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Answered on Apr 07th, 2017 at 7:20 AM

Did you obtain the police report? If so, can you fax it to me? 805-456-4433

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