Q: My brother, my girlfriend and a mutual friend of ours went to a club one night. It was about 1am in the morning and my
Girlfriend was ready to go, we all carpool. My brother who car we used that night told me to take the car and take my girlfriend home he was going to get a ride home from someone else.. on my way home I had an accident with the car, nobody car was hit only damages to his car. After police reports were made I was informaed that my brother was actually driving someone else’s car who gave him permission to drive his 2nd car. They’ve had this arrangement for serval months. Because I felt responsible I paid for the tolls and have been paying court fees. I usually carpool to work so I told my brother until he can get him a new car I would allow him to drive myself for about a month or so. It’s been three months and my brother is refusing to give me my car until I give him money for a new car and help register it and so forth. What are my options
A: You can have law suits but you all at some point may want to sit down to dinner again so I think it makes sense to see if there is someone that can mediate the dispute.Did you or did someone's insurance pay for the damage to the car you damaged.That's what you have to pay.
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