Atlanta, GA asked in Civil Litigation, Personal Injury and Traffic Tickets for Georgia

Q: If a motorist is at fault and has suspended license also no valid insurance is it possible to sue?

If it is possible how do I go about it?

2 Lawyer Answers

Ecleynne Mercy

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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: First, make sure that there is a criminal case. You can always sue. The question is: What can I get out of it, if I sue? You should call a lawyer and see what your options are. Its a personal injury case so a phone consult will be free or should be free.

Todd I. Shugart

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Answered
  • Duluth, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Yes it is. There a variety of options. Often times there are other insurance policies that may provide coverage to include your own underinsured/uninsured motorist policy. Without understanding these options fully, people can let their damages go uncompensated. That is truly unfortunate. Feel free to reach out to our firm. We are happy to schedule a time to meet with you and answer any questions you may have.

Todd Shugart

Scholle Law

Duluth, Georgia

770-717-5100

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