I do not know how recently your accident occured, but, go on foot, door to door, and look for video cameras at all businesses within 1 block of the intersection. You may discover there is video of the accident, which would be a game-changer as far as liability goes. The key is speed, many businesses recycle their recording media every few days. They only hang onto a recording if they are aware there was an incident recorded.
Fair warning, without video, a lawsuit will likely drag on for years. The best camera angle would be the one shot from behind her, as it will show the status of the light when she entered the intersection. It does not even need to show the impact, if it can show the light when she entered.
As a suggestion, if you drive a Lotus without comprehensive coverage, pony up a couple hundred bucks for a gopro camera, and always run it when the wheels are rolling. For a one time premium of 200 bucks, you will have hard proof of fault in all accidents, good video of hit and runs and periodically humerous videos you can post to the group.
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Last edited by addertooth; 12-21-2012 at 03:42 AM.