It takes a lot more than injuries and blaming someone to obtain the services of an experienced personal injury attorney. As the accompanying video affirms, you also must have a good case. The stronger your case, the more likely you are to find a good attorney to retain and argue your case to insurers, other attorneys, and in court if necessary.
An experienced personal injury attorney needs to see evidence that helps to prove your claims. All personal injury cases require proof that another party violated the duty of care and caused your injuries to happen. The duty of care is a legal term that generally says people have a responsibility to act reasonably and maintain their stuff to prevent injury.
Violating your right-of-way and hitting your car while traveling would be an example of violating the duty of care. The accident and your injuries could prove that damages occurred as a result of that violation.
But a personal injury attorney needs evidence to prove it. Evidence could be available from witnesses, video footage, or an admission of fault. If the police ticket the offending driver, that also could help to prove your case and help you get a settlement.