Juan Ooink's answer Worst case, you will likely get Court Supervision and fine and have to complete Traffic Safety School. Best case, the ticket is dismissed if the other driver does not show up to court. If you are really concerned, you can hire an attorney to assist you with this matter.
Theodore J. Harvatin's answer Your GDL restrictions will be extended. Go to court and ask for supervision. In order to do that you have to have a parent or guardian present and you will have to take a safe driving course. If the other driver does not show up in court asked that the ticket be dismissed. You might want to have your parents hire a traffic attorney
Peter N. Munsing's answer Well,you have a defense to the claim and I would strongly urge you to contact an attorney who can hopefully work it so your son has coverage, you do the right thing and reset the bad example you set your kid. Unlikely you will be charged but hopefully the attorney can make sure you aren't or if you are that you just get a fine. But get an attorney who handles tickets in the courthouse where this one will be.
Peter N. Munsing's answer If both cars are turning left, and if the center lane has a path directly ahead,but the person in the center lane decided to try to turn from that lane, anyone in the designated left turn lane has the right of way.
Peter N. Munsing's answer I suggest you see if you can reopen it. What often happens though is the police send it to the address on the license. If your fiancee changed addresses but didn't notify DOT they only have to send the ticket to the address on the license. That won't affect her claim against the other driver. Contact a member of the State of Washington Assn for Justice--their members give free consults.
Peter N. Munsing's answer You won't go to jail. It won't affect your visa. You drop out of school that affects the visa. Also, if you feel badly there are student support services that can help you. Every campus has a student helpline or hotline. Nearly every state does.
You can also call 1=800-273-8255
I assume your car had insurance. That has a medical component. See a psychologist or counselor who can help you.
Peter N. Munsing's answer For starters look at the paperwork they gave you. Big problem is the storage charges which they can still rack up. At $30 or more a day most companies will keep the wrecks as potential money makers.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Well, if you weren't cited just turn it over to your insurance. If you were cited the question is why didn't you have a license--can you get one or are you prohibited. Suggest you consult an attorney who handles tickets in the court where your citation will be heard.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Insurance is required to pay market value. If it was totaled then they pay what you paid. If you were hurt, call a member of the Ga Trial Lawyers Assn--they give free consults.
Timur Akpinar's answer One of the issues you could be confronted with here is the general responsibility to maintain a safe speed for given conditions and to maintain a lookout while driving, regardless of jurisdiction. I hope you were not injured, but based on possible injuries or damages, you could arrange a consultation with a Mississippi car accident attorney. They generally work on contingency and many provide free initial consults.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer This is a perfect example why non-lawyers should never agree to do anything important when offered by a complete stranger--over the telephone? Really? There may still be time for you to extract yourself from the clutches of this uncaring insurance company--if you call a lawyer and ask for help. Do it today.
William John Light's answer Sounds like you need to hire an attorney. You have the opportunity to defend yourself and prove that you have no liability. You are blowing it by not responding to interrogatories in a timely fashion.
Daniel John Christensen's answer I am sorry to hear about your experience. Like any profession, there are good attorneys and bad attorneys. Without knowing the situation, I cannot promise you that I can help you, however, I am happy to review your case and let you know. I will not give you false promises. Good news or bad news, I will tell it like I see it. Feel free to call DC Law at 512-220-1800. Either way, I wish you the best of luck.
Kurt Holzer's answer First, I am so sorry to hear of this tragic loss. As to the law, wrongful death claims in Idaho are controlled by Idaho Code section 5-311. Under that statute, the children and you as parent all have wrongful death claims that can be pursued. Generally claims can either be brought by the personal representative of the estate of the decedent or individually by the various claimants. In this case, the claims of the minor children can be brought by their legal guardians. You can learn more...
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