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Q: Involved in car accident on March 08, 2021 &didn’t have car insurance. I was at fault both vehicles were totaled .other

Involved in car accident on March 08, 2021 &didn’t have car insurance. I was at fault both vehicles were totaled .other driver had a sprained toe &I had my head split open. Received notice that my license is suspended i owe 29k in property damage. for me to get my license back I have to set up a pyment plan &get a satisfaction of judgement &SR22 I tried giving the attorney $100 for a down payment then monthly they refuse to take it,it’s all I have due to I’m unemployed. Can they legally refuse My money when it’s all I can give them. I need my license so i can find a job in order to pay them but they won’t even take what I can give them so that I can get my license back.

1 Lawyer Answer
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
  • Freeeport, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Contact an insurance company and ask them about obtaining specialized insurance to cover this situation. The suspension notice you received should refer to such option.

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