Frederick, MD asked in Car Accidents for Maryland

Q: If a neighbor claims you scratched their car while putting a chair in the backseat and you leave not knowing you did thi

And come back to a note on the door saying you left two scratches on their car a d the make and model of the accused car should I remove the apology note saying sorry we didn't know anything happened and didn't mean to cause any harm should I remove the apology note or do you think anything serious could come from this. The note they left also just asked to be more careful and to respect her property. My roommate and I didn't notice any paint or do vs on our door

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Ronald V. Miller Jr.
Ronald V. Miller Jr.
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: From a legal standpoint, you are best to just let it go because saying anything could get you into trouble. If you are less worried about the legal and more interested in being a good neighbor, go with your first idea.

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