Q: What should i do if i asked someone to park my car properly but instead he strolled around and ended up hitting 4 people
He doesnt have any money to pay for the hospitalization for the people what he got hurt using my car. He is working for me as a carpenter together with other carpenters to build a building.
I am not a bad person so i paid for some of the hospitalization bills of the people that he hurt. But the people who got hurt cant get any money off from the man(carpenter who works for me) because he is jobless now and doesnt have extra money. So now they opt to get money from me by scaring me thst they will get my car impounded if i dont give them money for the damages done to them by the man whom i told to just arrange the parking of my car.
-The driver has a driver's license
- i only asked him to arrange the parking and not stroll somewhere.
-This happened in Asia, Philippines.
A: Your post did not include a state or geographic region. That could make a difference in terms of being a no-fault jurisdiction. The fact that you are not a bad person or that the carpenter is out of work are irrelevant here - the more pressing issue is whether your insurance company will cover these claims. If you're in a no-fault jurisdiction, you could be looking at short notice of claim requirements, around 30 days in some states. Please seriously consider getting guidance from an attorney in your jurisdiction to advise you about what steps you must IMMEDIATELY take. Good luck
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