Q: Will the other party be notified of court date of my son pleading not guilty to accident ticket?
My son was just in accident, was turning left on a yellow and other female student driving in opposite direction sped up and they crashed, therefore he got ticket. My insc agent said for him to plead not guilty and as long the accident claim in processed before the continued court date she should not be notified and then the ticket will be dropped at court since she will not be there. Is this true?
A: An Illinois attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you haven't already done so, you should consider reaching out to a traffic ticket defense attorney in the Chicago area. I don't think the accident loss claim is going to be processed before the continuance date that you mention, by either carrier. The respective carriers here are going to be confronted with conflicting testimony, and they're probably going to take their time investigating the matter in detail, especially if injuries are claimed or property loss figures are high. There could be more at stake here than a left turn violation, depending on the types of losses claimed. You could repost and add Traffic Tickets as a category, but with two weeks already having elapsed, you may want to simply reach out to attorneys without losing more time. Good luck
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