How do I sue Allstate when I have no money

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How do I sue Allstate when I have no money

I was in an accident on 9/17/2016 in which a woman trying to pass me hit me as
I was turning left. The woman got a ticket for passing unsafely I got one for
failing to yield right of way because she lied. I proved she lied with a
witnesss and my ticket was cancelled proving that she was the sole cause of
the accident yet allstate refuses to acknowledge my cancelled ticket or the
fact that she is responsible because they don’t want to pay me.

Geico, my insurance has already told me I am 0 liable for the accident, I
have 5700 dollars in damage to my car and I lost my job because of this
accident yet allstate just keeps saying ‘we wont pay you’ ‘we wont pay you’
and geico has told me that I have to sue them because they do this all the
time.

I really need legal help but no one in my small town of malone ny will give me
a free consultation even though I know 100 I can win this case against them.
As it stands this was an accident where 1 person got a ticket for passing and
1 person got no ticket at all and I have already been told by a judge, D.A and
The officer who showed up to the scene that I was not at fault.

Asked on November 23, 2016 under Accident Law, New York

Answers:

S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 4 years ago | Contributor

You can sue Allstate on a bad faith claim.  You can also file a complaint about Allstate with your state's insurance commissioner.
Contact your County Bar Association and ask for a referral to an attorney who handles bad faith claims against insurance companies.  If you can find an attorney who will take the case on a contingency fee basis, you can pursue the lawsuit despite having limited financial resources.  If the attorney takes the case on a contingency fee basis, it means the attorney is paid a percentage of the amount recovered.


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