Auto gave false info to police after hitting me on my bicycle breaking my leg
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How can I find the driver and get compensation for my medical bills?
Asked February 10, 2017
First, if the driver gave false information to a police officer in any type of motor vehicle accident, especially in the state of Arkansas, then that individual driver is committing a felony. Therefore, be sure that you have notified your insurance provider right away so that you will be fully compensated for your injuries to your leg, your medical expenses, your bicycle, and for your pain and suffering. Again, it is a felony for any person to give false information (fraudulent intent) whether it is a motor vehicle title, registration and plates, or even the manufacturer's certification and driver's license. Keep all your documents and bills from your doctor and physical therapy visits in an organized file, and be sure to inform the police of any witnesses.
Second, the Arkansas police department in the town or city that the accident occurred, and their investigators, will do a through investigation on the driver that gave false information to the police officer. In the meantime, be sure to not only inform your insurance company, but your attorney as well to file a personal injury claim. A lawyer will hand your claim just like any other motor vehicle accident. In the long-run, the driver involved in your accident will be comprehended, and therefore you should be able to receive compensation for your medical expenses and pain and suffering.
Answered February 13, 2017 by doclee