No, my insurance company will not be involved. Was just giving out some information regarding my coverage of my car (as it would be in the event of a wreck that was my fault or no one's fault)By the way I read your post, it seems as if you plan on having your insurance company involved? I would only talk to the insurance company of the man who hit you, no reason to Amica involved at all.
In the meantime, they have gotten me a rental car since I technically have nothing to drive. It's a Toyota Corolla and it's pretty awful. I have no idea how people see out of these new cars because there's so many pillars and headrests and what have you in the way of the windows. No wonder people hit each other all the time now, the only way you CAN see is forward! I ripped out all of the additional headrests (not mine) and what have you and it's a little better but the windows are still weeny. The insurance company will ALSO be paying for my rental in Colorado, as I was going to be driving Jane out there for the summer. If they try to push me then that rental will be a brand new Mustang GT instead of some econobox.
The chiropractor I am currently seeing is the exact same one that I have been seeing for a couple of years, so no problems there. All I had to do was file for personal injury through the claim already open.Jus for my 2 cents, shop around for chiropractors, their not all the same.mi got hurt a couple of yrs ago at work and went thru the company's ppl for the first few weeks and hated it. Finally just bit the bullet and paid outta my own pocket for someone I liked. Made a big difference. Don't let them cheap out on the medical. Their at fault and you deserve to be taken care of, not just delt with....I'm sorry about the car, it's all of ours worst nightmare.