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  • The police should be more than willing to find her, since she has broken several laws that carry sizeable punishments. As for getting money from an uninsured motorist, SUE HER (the judge will garnish her wages for years of payments if it takes that long to pay you, so you may not get a lump sum up front, but regular checks for a long time that add up.)(so maybe you could finance a new car) ,,And what of your insurance? Doesnt it cover damage from an uninsured motorist? (It should) 1) Talk to a lawyer (dont hire him, ask questions as if youre considering hiring him....then hire him if you need to, but add his bill to the damages you sue her for). 2) Go tot he police and file for charges against her. 3) See what your insurance company says about YOUR coverage (but sue her anyway)
  • The police should be more than willing to find her, since she has broken several laws that carry sizeable punishments. As for getting money from an uninsured motorist, SUE HER (the judge will garnish her wages for years of payments if it takes that long to pay you, so you may not get a lump sum up front, but regular checks for a long time that add up.)(so maybe you could finance a new car) ,,And what of your insurance? Doesnt it cover damage from an uninsured motorist? (It should) 1) Talk to a lawyer (dont hire him, ask questions as if youre considering hiring him....then hire him if you need to, but add his bill to the damages you sue her for). 2) Go to the police and file for charges against her. 3) See what your insurance company says about YOUR coverage (but sue her anyway). 4) Use that lawyer to file a large lovely lawsuit, with damages and his cost and more. OR hire him on the basis of if he wins, her gets a cut of your award. (That's a way to hire a lawyer, if you cant afford to pay one.) ....ALSO where's your parents in all this? Is youir father savvy about things? He should probably be helping. But if you have kind of a lame dad (many people do :{ ) then do what I've said, start from there...you'll have to depend on what the lawyer tells you to do (if his getting payed depends on winning and how much he wins for you, he will work!)

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