Donivan Flowers' answer Most car accident lawyers give free consultations. If your car wreck occurred in the Houston area, there are a LOT of options. Find someone you feel comfortable with and you feel you can trust and have good communication with. Find someone who has good reviews. And ask any prospective lawyer about their experiences actually trying cases (not just settling cases). Good luck.
Donivan Flowers' answer She was driving the car. She was the person responsible for the safe operation of her vehicle. She was the person responsible for the safe handling of hot coffee. If she can't drink coffee and drive safely, she should not try. So, no. I would not agree with the woman that hit you.
Donivan Flowers' answer Your best bet in finding this information is likely going to be the Department of Public Safety Failure to Appear search feature. http://www.texasfailuretoappear.com/search.php
If this doesn't work, you may want to look into getting a copy of your driving record. In any event, you should contact a traffic ticket lawyer in your area so that you can find out what the situation is and get it resolved.
Donivan Flowers' answer Without knowing the specifics, I can tell you that non-moving ordinance violations typically do not accrue points under the Driver Responsibility Program. However, if you are concerned about this, contact a traffic ticket attorney in your area to get a definitive answer.
Donivan Flowers' answer According to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, Registration is not needed to operate your golf cart on a public road. State law allows for use of golf carts with a slow-moving vehicle emblem in the following situations: in master planned communities with a uniform set of restrictive covenants in place, on public or private beaches, during the daytime and no more than two miles from where the owner usually parks the golf cart and for transportation to or from a golf course, or to cross...
Donivan Flowers' answer This is likely a question for DPS, but a failure to appear ticket might place a hold on your license. Your best bet is to speak with a traffic ticket attorney about clearing the hold and renewing your license. You may be eligible for an Occupational Driver's License as well, and that is another issue to discuss with an attorney in consultation.
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