One year ago I was involved in a car crash and my insurance company paid the other person involved the agreed amount. One year later (today) I'm getting sued for over 100k and I don't work and don't own property. What should I do?
This sounds like a subrogation lawsuit, which I'm very familiar with. These usually come about when the insurance company for the other driver pays out because of the accident, but then seeks to recover that money from the person they deem to be at fault. You should try to speak with an...View More
I'm being filed a suit from the plaintiff who lives in the state where the accident occurred, but I live in a different state. Will I be subjected to the laws of the state where the accident took place? Or the laws where I live? For example, will my assets be protected under my state's... View More
Generally speaking, the car accident will be filed where the accident occurred. However, your state's law would usually control assets located within that state.
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