Asked in Car Accidents for New Mexico

Q: Can you take someone to court for totaling your vehicle

Hello I'm currently looking for a lawyer to help me I just don't know where to start

On October 26 I was in an accident with a tow truck from a company called quality towing there driver failed to stop at a stop sign and went through the intersection I was crossing I wasn't able to completely stop before I hit the bed of the tow truck dragging me off to the side leaving my front end completely totaled, me and my daughter were not injured & I did not have a driver's license because I was currently getting one I had no insurance and the driver of the tow truck had a suspended driver's license and what seems to be no insurance as well being that I contacted there insurance listed in the police report and they have no policy number or company being insured by them in a long time I'm now left with no vehicle and no response from the owner of the company if this is something you can help with I would appreciate it thank you

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1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: Tell the officer that defendant has no insurance. Technically they can't be a tow if they don't.

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