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Old 11-18-2011, 11:43 AM   #1
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car got sandwiched this morning=(

was in an accident this morning... car got sandwiched between 2 cars.. i'm having neck pain and right shoulder blade pain that travels to my right elbow. when i bend my upper body to the right, i felt a sharp pain in my ab area. my mom's head hurts....
lawyers need? if so, who should i call?

fyi- already saw a doctor and he gave me a note to take four days off..
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your fault or the other's fault ? hope you feel better nonetheless ;x claim injuries for sure if its theirs!
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your fault or the other's fault ? hope you feel better nonetheless ;x claim injuries for sure if its theirs!
It doesn't matter who's fault. Claim injuries regardless, that's what you paid auto-insurance for.
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The accident happened this morning, and people immediately jump to injury claims, really?

Focus on getting better, if in a few days things still don't feel right go see your doctor and ask for a referral to physio. Try to get into occupation rehab level one if possible, it's an expensive program so it's not always the first thing you'll be referred to, but it works. In a few months if you still don't feel better and the doctors have exhausted all options that would lead to a full recovery, then it's time to think about permanent injury claims.

I hope you and your mom are okay, man.
I wouldn't wish living with a permanent injury on my worst enemy, but it doesn't sound like it'll come to that.

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your fault or the other's fault ? hope you feel better nonetheless ;x claim injuries for sure if its theirs!
I got hit hard in the back by a civic, pushed into a taxi with a passenger in the car. my mom was in the car too.. we both just saw a doctor and wont be working for four days.

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The accident happened this morning, and people immediately jump to injury claims, really?

Focus on getting better, if in a few days things still don't feel right go see your doctor and ask for a referral to physio. In a few months if you still don't feel better and the doctors have exhausted all options that would lead to a full recovery, then it's time to think about permanent injury claims.
well.. my neck is sore, back is sore, arm and ab too.. i don't want icbc to screw my claim, that why i'm wondering if I should see a lawyer right away..

im already missing work hours and sport leagues I signed up for.. losing money and wasting money sucks...
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I got hit hard in the back by a civic, pushed into a taxi with a passenger in the car. my mom was in the car too.. we both just saw a doctor and wont be working for four days.



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well.. my neck is sore, back is sore, arm and ab too.. i don't want icbc to screw my claim, that why i'm wondering if I should see a lawyer right away..

im already missing work hours and sport leagues I signed up for.. losing money and wasting money sucks...
Accident benefits - wage loss kicks in after 7 days of your accident. You also have to be disabled within 20 days of the accident. So report it soon.
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I haven't been in an accident, but from reading others on this forum, it's good advice to document the pain and such related to the incident in a journal.

In case the pain/injuries worsen in the upcoming weeks/months and a lawyer is needed for further compensation.
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Gimme a pm if you're interested in opening a claim. My momma works for a lawyer that specializes in ICBC claims (esp if you're looking for compensation)
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I haven't been in an accident, but from reading others on this forum, it's good advice to document the pain and such related to the incident in a journal.

In case the pain/injuries worsen in the upcoming weeks/months and a lawyer is needed for further compensation.
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I reported the accident within the hour.. saw a doctor 2 hours later.. got my meds and is excused to not work for now
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yes that's what i meant. i totally misspelled what i was trying to say haha.

OP : Get better nonetheless! how hard did he hit you ?
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"Sandwiched between two cars."

Does that mean you rear ended someone, then someone rear ended you. Or vice versa. If that's the case, then you are partially at fault so don't expect to hit the jackpot in the ICBC lottery.

Regardless, get well soon.
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yes that's what i meant. i totally misspelled what i was trying to say haha.

OP : Get better nonetheless! how hard did he hit you ?

hard enough to push my car into the car in front of me while stopped. pieces came off my front bumper.. the right side of my rear bumper is sticking out.. the car that rear ended me, his driver side hl is smashed and his bumper is F**ed
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"Sandwiched between two cars."

Does that mean you rear ended someone, then someone rear ended you. If that's the case, then you are partially at fault so don't expect to hit the jackpot in the ICBC lottery.

I got rear ended.. the force of the impact forced my car into the car infront of me.. i spoke to icbc and they said i'm not at fault... i also have a witness and police was involved
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"Sandwiched between two cars."

Does that mean you rear ended someone, then someone rear ended you. Or vice versa. If that's the case, then you are partially at fault so don't expect to hit the jackpot in the ICBC lottery.

Regardless, get well soon.
It doesn't matter if the OP was tailgating or a full car length away from the taxi, the civic will still be at fault.
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Does that mean you rear ended someone, then someone rear ended you. Or vice versa. If that's the case, then you are partially at fault so don't expect to hit the jackpot in the ICBC lottery.

Regardless, get well soon.
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It doesn't matter if the OP was tailgating or a full car length away from the taxi, the civic will still be at fault.

^not true. if he didn't leave enough room between himself and the car in front, icbc could potentially say that he has 0% liability for the incident between the car behind him and himself, but 100% for the incident involving the car in front and him self.

so civic covers his damage, and the op's damage to the rear, and some of injuries, and then op covers the taxi's damages and the damage to the front of his own car, and the injuries (if any) in the taxi, as well as some of his own.

coles notes: follow too close to taxi = civic 100% for rear half, op 100% for front half.
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^not true. if he didn't leave enough room between himself and the car in front, icbc could potentially say that he has 0% liability for the incident between the car behind him and himself, but 100% for the incident involving the car in front and him self.

so civic covers his damage, and the op's damage to the rear, and some of injuries, and then op covers the taxi's damages and the damage to the front of his own car, and the injuries (if any) in the taxi, as well as some of his own.

coles notes: follow too close to taxi = civic 100% for rear half, op 100% for front half.
correct!! but as for now.. icbc says i'm not at fault for any. icbc already heard the stories from the taxi and. witness

EDIT: btw.. the road i was on is a downhill... i made sure, ICBC knows its a downhill..

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If you hurt right away after the accident... boy, you're REALLY gonna f'n hurt tomorrow.
i'm feeling it already.. i been having this dull pain in the back of my head.
neck is sore still. moving my head back or side to side is painful.. been on my bed or my reclining chair all day..
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got rear ended, instant sharp pain straight up the spine.
thought nothing of it.
1 or 2 weeks later, ended up with herniated disc

still in stupid amounts of pain and boredom from not being able to do shit all.

Car accidents are serious and it pisses me off with all those speed racers on the road not realizing that they are endangering peoples lives just so they can get somewhere faster.
especially when they have the N sign on the back.
Yea I am pissed because I got rear ended by a neighbour that was late meeting up a client.
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The accident happened this morning, and people immediately jump to injury claims, really?

Focus on getting better, if in a few days things still don't feel right go see your doctor and ask for a referral to physio. Try to get into occupation rehab level one if possible, it's an expensive program so it's not always the first thing you'll be referred to, but it works. In a few months if you still don't feel better and the doctors have exhausted all options that would lead to a full recovery, then it's time to think about permanent injury claims.

I hope you and your mom are okay, man.
I wouldn't wish living with a permanent injury on my worst enemy, but it doesn't sound like it'll come to that.
cant you withdraw your injury claim if there isn't really anything wrong a few days down the road? I'd honestly rather do a injury claim asap, longer you wait the more chances icbc can fuck you in the ass
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