Q: I was uninsured in an auto accident (nh) chain reaction crash I hit the person in front of me at 5 mph need help
The only damage to the rear of her car was a scratch on the bumper - she hit the person in front of her hard enough to total her car. I have pictures at time of accident to prove so. They are trying to bill me $6000 for her totaled car. The police report states I pushed her into the car in front of her causing that damage which is false (not even a dent on her rear bumper cover) what can I do they are trying to take my license for non payment. I'm more than willing to pay what I owe but there is no physical way I hit her hard enough to have to buy her a new car (I was safe distance back unfortunately my tires were not the best at the time and even with breaks locked up I tapped her) what can I do I need help
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be a tough situation without video evidence or eyewitness testimony. You could look into whether a local attorney could offer a brief consult to determine the best course of action - if they see any valid issues to raise, if they see negotiation as more cost-effective, or if they see other courses of action. Good luck
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