Westerville, OH asked in Lemon Law and Car Accidents for Connecticut

Q: Civil Court what do I file with the court if after the interrogatories he shows no evidence that I damaged his vehicle?

Hartford, CT. Guy claims in a private lot that I hit his car. He has no evidence (besides pictures of his vehicle with damage), no witnesses, no camera footage. He has made my life hell for 6+ months now. Did not have insurance at the time and his insurance didn't fix his vehicle as he only had collision. No official police report either and no pictures from the police. He filed in civil court and just happens to be an attorney...... When he has yet (even after interrogatories) to even have an appraisal of damage.

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Sally A. Roberts
Sally A. Roberts
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Hartford, CT
  • Licensed in Connecticut

A: Try filing request for admissions that he has no evidence of A, B, C. etc.

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