Q: Im been sued for an accident that happend a year ago what should i do ?
The guy suing me claims he was injured and was unable to work for a whole year he also claims that because he wasn't able to work it lead to lost of property which is another reason why he is suing me what should i do ?
A: Notify insurance company. If you don't have insurance you need to defend on your own. Get legal representation. If you want to talk it through send me an email.
A: Notify your insurance company, or defend yourself.
Gerald Barry Dorfman agrees with this answer
A: i am sure you had auto insurance and reported the accident to your carrier shortly thereafter.
submit the suit to them for defense.
however unless you had a large policy it sounds like a large claim and thus your personal assets are at risk.
Realistically, unless you are very wealthy most lawyers would accept whatever insurance you have rather than getting a judgement you will not be able to pay.
A: Hopefully you had an auto insurance policy in place at the time of the accident. If not you need to hire a lawyer or defend yourself. You might get a consultation from a Bankruptcy attorney just to fully understand your options. That of course is if you don't have insurance. If you did then they will handle it all for you.
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