The number one misconception people have in car-pedestrian accidents in Massachusetts is that if they don’t have the contact information of the person who hit them or if that person does not have automobile insurance then they can’t make a claim. That is not correct. If your struck as a pedestrian by somebody who does not have insurance or who has left the scene of the accident and you have your own automobile insurance coverage, you can still make a claim against your own insurance policy for your lost wages, your medical bills, and your pain and suffering.
Medical Conditions & Car Accident Liability: What You Need To Know
If someone else's medical condition causes a car accident & you're injured, are they still liable for damages? Here's what to know & how to get legal help.