UPDATED: Dec 15, 2018
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I was in the parking lot and my car was parked
suddenly this car hit me and I dont know where it
come from. I went in the hospital because of the bad
headache and now I have a bills which is the other
party wont pay it.
Asked on December 15, 2018 under Accident Law, Maryland
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 3 years ago | Contributor
You can sue the drive who hit you: when someone drives negligently or carelessly and injures another, he or she is liable for that person's injuries and costs. The only way to make them pay, however, if they won't pay voluntarily, is to sue them.
If the driver was not the owner of the car which hit you, you'd sue the car's owner, too: a car's owner is liable, or resposible for, the actions of those whom he/she lets drive his/her car.
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