You might be better off starting to contact Indiana lawyers on your own, being that your post remains open for a week. This isn't really a lawyer referral service; it's only a Q & A board. If the vehicle is older, or liability is being contested, it's possible a lawyer may not be able to handle the...Read more »
I was quoted "I was going about 60" however this was 20 mins after the crash and had no time to reflect on what was happening. realistically I was going about 57. And the snow was not removed on the road, therefore Even if i was going 55 my tires wernt touching the road
If you received a ticket, a good place to start might be to contact a traffic ticket attorney in the state where this occurred to discuss your options and what defenses might avail themselves to you based on the nature of the violation, speed limit, and other information. The crash you mention...Read more »
I'm a uber driver and I went to pickup a passenger where he works. It was snowing and the ground was covered. After picking him up and as were leaving I hit what seems to be a pothole and damaged my passenger front and rear wheel and tire. It was in the way and on their property. I... Read more »
There were class actions under which uber had to pay for insurance for you drivers. If you had collision, run it through that. As to their manager--his property, you can sue the company in small claims.
I have filed a lawsuit in CT in regards to a car accident where the defendant was drunk driving. I have served her initially and she argued that I didn’t include the proof of service so the claim should be denied. The judge ordered me to re serve her and after several attempts and after hiring a... Read more »
If she was DUI, check with the DA's office victim assistance coordinator. Also why are you suing her--if you have collision, let your company do that. Also, you likley have an injury claim. Contact the office of Michael Koskoff--they give free consults. Tell him I suggested you call.
It sounds like you were sued and served with papers? You really need to get your insurance involved. If you received suit papers and you don't have insurance you need to make sure you don't get a default by filing an Answer and entering your appearance "pro se." Check with the local bar association...Read more »
Looks like you will receive a citation. If it was a protected area could be citations on that as well. If it was an area around a military facility you may have additional charges it it was posted as a restricted area.
You must not ignore the summons. Turn it over to your insurance company right away, along with a copy of the form you filled out and turned in to the Department of Motor Vehicles when you sold it. Be sure not to miss any court deadlines.
Likely not, as most people are not put in jail for tickets. That being said, as long as you are still paying towards your older charge, you should still be good to go. As to the car accident, I would encourage you to reach out to a lawyer, as you may be entitled to compensation if the other driver...Read more »
Sold a friend a vehicle, he supposedly register it but some how only got temp plate, no insurance and got in accident, turns out vehicle still is register to me. Now the other insurance seeking liability from me since its still under my name. Friend stated he title it but never receive new title.... Read more »
Whatever proof you have of selling the vehicle needs to be put together now. You might have a witness or a bank deposit. You will have to defend yourself and it will not be easy. The alleged negligence of your purchaser is also an issue, as well as that of the plaintiff. Comparative...Read more »
I was hit by another vehicle, and that person's insurance, Farmers, took 3 months to determine that their driver was at fault. In that time, I took my car into the shop, and the damages were $9,900, which was over 80% of the value of the car ($11,100). I paid for the $9,900 in repair charges out of... Read more »
You do not say whether or not you were injured or whether there was only property damage. However, your situation as an uninsured driver would not necessarily prohibit you from recovering damages, although it may prohibit you from recovering certain noneconomic damages. Indiana has what they call...Read more »
This is far too vague to answer. One could come up with any number of scenarios in which you and all your passengers are killed. That's probably not what you are asking, but fits the description of "worst case scenarios".
5 weeks to the day, our vehicle is now being repaired. Insurance company, we feel, has been dragging their feet. The personnel have been wonderful but hands are tied by regulations, policy and what State Farm is legally obligated to do. We are encumbered to supply insurance and deposit for the... Read more »
Normally the rental car company will accept your insurance and you don't have to supply extra insurance while you are driving a rental car. The deposit should be returned to you when you are done with the rental. Your insurance company will only provide what they are required to supply -which is...Read more »
Both me and my wife received a witness subpoena from the state of Georgia (we live in Florida approximately 350 miles away from the issuing court) for a hit and run traffic case. At the time of the accident we called 911 and a police officer arrived at the scene. We provided all the information... Read more »
You could ask this question in Justia > Ask a Lawyer > Georgia, but the answer you would get would probably be that the subpoena was not properly served and that you therefore don't have to comply with it.
How can fight this?, County also tried to charge me leaving the scene but statue of limitations played for the county and could no longer attempt to charge me. Although because it had lingered about the ticket and accident I was taken in in another city of Castle Hills in San Antonio for felony... Read more »
You will most likely be required to hire a lawyer to help sort that out because several issues are involved. Is the SOL still in play with respect to the citation received in the mail? If the citation is from the same incident the SOL should also apply. You should consult with a lawyer, many give...Read more »
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