Minneapolis, MN asked in Car Accidents and Personal Injury for Illinois

Q: my son-in-law caused accident ystdy & a girl who driver was injured. he doesn't know what to do. his ins had expired/

My daughter's bf was getting onto exit and veered back onto the expressway and cut off an suv and the suv lost control and rolled over several times. the driver was injured. his insurance had expired. they let him go with 2 citations and a court date. he is only working part time. he and my daughter live in peoria. they both only began work recently. can he get a legal aid lawyer? can you advise me on what to tell him? who should he call?

1 Lawyer Answer

Peter N. Munsing

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  • Wyomissing, PA

A: Was it his vehicle? if not and the vehicle had insurance that would cover him. He can contact legal aid but chances are they won't handle a case like that as it's not a criminal case. Ultimately, if he's sued, bankruptcy may be his best option.

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