Nazareth, PA asked in Car Accidents, Employment Law and Traffic Tickets for Illinois

Q: If I was working for a company and got into an accident do I pay the ticket?

I was working for my cousin and I was driving one of his work trucks and rear ended someone on the toll way near Addison I got a citation for driving to fast in unsafe road conditions my cousin told me he would handle my fine and took money off of my paycheck to do so because I was moving back home to Pennsylvania and then I get a letter from penndot saying I failed to appear in court when I never got notice from anyone and now I’m stuck with a $174 fine and a suspended license until I pay it and since this time my cousin no longer speaks to me go figure so I was really wonder is there anything I can do to get out of it or anything

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: At this point, pay the fine so you can get rolling then hassle with your relative. If they took money out of your paycheck, they must use it for that purpose.

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