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Percentage of negligence on pain & suffering claim - 4th car in 4 car wreck

by Dinah Wicker
(San Antonio, Texas)

My sister and I were involved in a 4 car wreck caused by a 5th car that left the scene of the accident. We were car #2 in the actual wreck.

We were complete stopped because of car #1. Car #3 hit us then car #4 hit cart #3 which rammed us again. We received a settlement from Car #3 insurance and now Car #4 insurance has denied our claim.

The driver of Car #4 did not stop in time due to speeding and inattention but no tickets were issued. Can we seek damages from Car#4 insurance and how to proceed?

Thank you


Hello there,

It is possible that you have a claim against car #4. It will depend on much extra damage that impact caused. This might take a more advance analysis. It will also depend no what kind of injury settlement you got with car # 3.

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Nov 13, 2009
Medical Claims
by: Robin Smith

This is really a nice posting. Thanks a lot for this. To dispute a medical claim denial, you will first have to understand why the medical claim was denied. Medical claims denials are often the result of billing errors, such a misspelling of a patient's name, an incorrect Social Security number or an invalid procedure code. Because medical insurance companies are very particular about how medical claims are submitted, it is imperative to ensure that your medical information is accurate and up-to-date. For more details visit

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