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Q: I'm turning left on oncoming 2 lane traffic. As I make my left a oncoming Car driving on the shoulder and l hit each

other. Her right turn was further ahead not the left l was tuning into. First of all, is the shoulder of the road a driving lane. Can you drive on the shoulder to bypass traffic.Whos at fault. It will help me a lot if answer these questions. Thank you

Kelly Powers
Kelly Powers answered on Apr 21, 2016

There is not enough details to answer your question but based on what you've written it sounds like you are at fault for not yielding to oncoming traffic. If a police report was written that may also have a determination of fault.

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Q: I had recently had new tires put on my truck. I just had the rear wheel of my truck come off on the interstate doing 75

The passenger side rear wheel came off and went rolling down the interstate at 75mph heading for on coming traffic.After my truck was loaded on the flat bed tow truck. we later discovered that the rear side drivers side is also loose ,and was going to come off soon also. The tow truck cost me $320.... Read more »

Kelly Powers
Kelly Powers answered on Apr 21, 2016

There is not enough information to answer your question. Were you injured in this accident? You may want to contact a Products Liability Attorney or Personal Injury attorney depending on who put the tires on your truck and whether or not you were injured.

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Q: I rear ended someone at a light, they drove off and called in a hit and run. What happens now?

We were at a left light, two left lanes, traffic every where. I rear ended them, they jumped out, took pics, refused any communication, and drove across traffic into a parking lot I couldn't see. The entire time I was getting out trying to give them my information they were snapping pics and... Read more »

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Kelly Powers answered on Apr 21, 2016

How do you know they called in a hit and run? If you reported it to your insurance company, and the other party has your vehicle information they will likely eventually report it to your insurer, at which point your insurer will already have notice of the claim because you've set it up. If you... Read more »

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Q: Do I need a lawyer?

Involved in accident on 1/16/16, other driver at fault, no injuries, car totaled. Insurance company will not communicate or answer calls. I've spent over $600 on rental car, now without any transportation, have missed a week of work because of that. They sent me a form to sign over title of my... Read more »

Kelly Powers
Kelly Powers answered on Apr 21, 2016

You should contact the person at the insurance company who sent you the Title Form. You should not sign and return the form before speaking with someone. They should be paying you for the value of your vehicle, and you can also discuss reimbursement for rental expenses. However, if the vehicle is... Read more »

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