My son was on his way home on his bike, and while crossing a Double Street with island between lanes, he got hit on the far crossing by a pizza delivery boy. When he came to after the accident, he looked up at some concerned witnesses who saw the guy run him down on his bike and wondered what happened. He stood up and although he was woozy and hurting, he knew I was unemployed and didn't want to cost us money for an ambulance ride... so he walked home. He told us at the time that he was in a bike crash, and his bike was unrideable but he left it in the bushes for us to go and get the following day. I since retreived his bike.
The next day, his leg continued to hurt him so much that he called my wife who took him to the ER where he was casted with a broken leg.
He has since recovered and won his long jump at the districts, albeit he jumped off his good leg.
NOW,, my health insurance company is refusing to pay all they should on the claim and want me to file a claim against the other guys insurance.
I know where he works and took pics of his car following the crash, but I can;t talk to the driver without a gun or a legal document at this point.
Do I really want to do something against Papa Johns or this young kid driver who hit my son?