The compiled laws probably aren't going to contain anything specific to your situation. If you suspect an insurance company has done something fraudulent you probably are considering taking the insurance company to court and asking for some sort of a remedy.
Tell me what happened and I will let you know if you have a case.
You had a claim against (can sue) the insured for your injuries resulting from the accident. The insurance company has denied the claim. Has the statute of limitations expired, or is any of 33 day period left?
It looks to me that you are doing the what needs to be done. Be sure you sue the insured (person you got in the accident with).
Service of the summons will toll the statute of limitations.
Was there a police report?
If it's your insurance company we have been talking about (uninsured coverage), you would sue it.
You were hit by someone, but it is not known who it was? So the police report indicates unknown driver; hit and run?
When you talked about your problems with the insurance company, I was thinking it was the company of the person who hit you. But is it your own insurance company?
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