How do I get pain and suffering for my 5 year old autistic son that was in a wreck.
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Insurance Question from Charlotte, NC
Asked on 11/19/2011
How do I get pain and suffering for my 5 year old autistic son that was in a wreck. My son was with his daycare provider when she hit another car. She was at fault. My son went to the hospital, his dr and the chiropractor 3 times. He was talking with his therapist now because of the anxiety and night terrors from the wreck. The inurance compnay offered me at 1st $336 for pain and suffering and then $536. He has medicaid so they said they had to pay medicaid with the remainder.
Answer given on November 19, 2011
I suggest you pose this question on attorneypages.com
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