I was driving my grandmother to the store in Massachusetts when a guy ran a red light and drove into the intersection in front of me. We both slammed on the brakes and avoided each other by a few inches. But when I hit the brakes my grandma's body slammed up against the seat belt and she hurt her neck. She said she was OK but I could tell she hurt herself. I'm taking her to the doctor tomorrow to have them look at her. I got the other guy's license plate number because he refused to give me his insurance information because he said there was not contact or damage to the vehicles. So I was wondering if my grandmother can sue this guy if she has any serious damages even though there wasn't really any accident or contact between the cars or people. Thanks.
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