A Minnesota attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you have a meaningful consult with a local attorney based on all the details of the matter, nationwide, insurance carriers will usually come back to recover their funds upon discovering bookkeeping errors....Read more »
The officer took my ID and returned to his car while I looked up my insurance info. He returned with a ticket for speeding and no proof of insurance. I showed him proof of insurance. He said he couldn't remove the ticket because it would be more work and I needed to send the proof in.... Read more »
A few months back I was pulled over for speeding. The officer asked if I had been drinking and I told him that I had a few drinks earlier in the night. I performed some Field Sobriety Tests and was asked to use a breathalyzer. The breathalyzer showed a blood alcohol content of .079. Being that the... Read more »
Then I get pulled over and find out I am suspended for no insurance. It was supposed to go to court and then Court got cancelled and I was never informed of any date they rescheduled it for so now I am suspended after being reinstated after revocation. Can I fight this somehow. ???
There are certainly ways to fight this. I recently helped a client in a similar situation and we were able to have cases dismissed and avoid convictions on the others due to the confusion. It would be wise to have a lawyer help you with this.
A common condition of probation for a DWI is that you not have any driver’s license or insurance violations. This ticket could result in a probation violation. I recommend having an attorney assist you to minimize the consequences of this ticket.
The owner of the car was not present during the accident. I was driving. The owner's rates have gone up because of this and I have now heard that she is at risk of being sued. I want to do the right thing and take the responsibility away from her and on to myself.
The insurance of the car you were in automatically covers the case, so nothing you can do there. They will provide her with defense if she is sued. Normally you would be sued. She is only at fault if she knew in advance you weren't a good driver.
Parents are not obligated to support their children (not including adult, disabled children) after they turn 18.
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