The situation is, we arrived at the job, there was no room for more then one truck to pull onto the property, the house is right on the highway, it's a 2 lane road with NO shoulder, do we park in the lane or do we unsafely pull sideways on a large grade, trucks weigh 58,000 lbs, would that be... Read more »
Find a nearby area where you can pulloff and wait. It'd be ok to wait with flashers on if you were going to offload in a couple of minutes--if you are sitting there longer the law would say, couldn't you sit somewhere else?
I was recently pulled over for speeding, in Colorado (I live in MO), and discovered I was driving without a valid DL. My license was suspended for points a few months ago. The suspension period has been over for some time but I was not aware I had to pay a reinstatement fee and file an SR-22... Read more »
The police officer who arrived filled out an accident report where he cited the other driver for careless driving, but no summons was issued. Since no summons was issued was the other driver given an actual citation for careless driving, and if so, what penalty would have that driver suffered?... Read more »
I just hit (bumped) a bicyclist who was crossing the entry way going against traffic downhill at high speeds. He popped out in front of my car before I even knew he was there. He was fine, a scraped knee, no bike damage and was just about to head home after I checked on him, until a busy body... Read more »
I sympathize with you because you wouldn't normally be looking for somebody coming against traffic and at a high rate of speed on the sidewalk. I'd say the bicyclist was at least part at fault, but that doesn't mean somebody couldn't conclude you were also at fault. I'm...Read more »
I Was Involved In A Non- Contact Accident Involving A Mortcycle. And On Top Of That I Was Driving Under A Suspended Licence. It Was About 8:30 At Night When I Was Approaching A Roundabout Intersection And I Faild To Yield Because I Didnt See Anybody Approaching. My Windows Are A Little Tinted And... Read more »
It's worth your getting an attorney, because no matter how creative I or any defense counsel can be about the accident, you were in the seat when you had a suspension. This generally --even without crashes--suggests to the judge that he needs to use a 2x4 to get the point across. So you are...Read more »
I got into an accident in Sept. 2016, it was my fault. There was a white mini-van in front of me (1996 cadillac deville) on a right turn (with it's own turning lane) out of a shopping center that was going for it, and suddenly slammed on the breaks. I let go of my breaks, so I slowly rolled... Read more »
Based on your question I assume that you do not have insurance (which is required...). If you do have insurance, the valuation is something that your insurance company handles. If you do not have insurance, you can request documentation related to valuation. There might be something that can be...Read more »
You can always challenge any ticket. Whether you can present sufficient evidence to overturn the ticket is a wholly different matter... Note, the an officer can legally estimate your speed based on more than just a radar gun reading.
Tried to get a duplicate ID, as mine was destroyed, and found out there was a hold on my license from CO. Called and apparently I was issued a camera ticket 4 years ago. No letter was ever received, nothing. What can be done about this.
No, you cannot be charged for retrieving personal property from a repo-ed vehicle. The items cannot be removed or collected (up to a time limit of presumed abandonment). If it is a problem, send a certified letter requesting the materials back. If this fails, contact the state AG's office.
Yes and no. Colorado, like most states, only tracks current traffic infractions for instate violations for current state license holders. However, if you are required to provide your driving record, most places request a record for a period of years (usually 4-6 years). As a result, you will likely...Read more »
Sold a jeep to my ex. Her boyfriend rolled it a few times with no plates and no insurance. He had no permission to drive the jeep. Since I'm still technically the owner, am I liable for the impound fees and any damages he caused?
A lawyer will need to review all the specifics to make a determination. As a general rule, if the seller and buyer signed bill of sale AND the seller proceeded to remove the car from the seller's name (e.g. cancelling insurance, removing license plates, etc.) the liability should not pass to...Read more »
at the border iam suspended failure to appear . i had been to that court house numerous times she seen my copy i just wanted to take care of it before we went back to arizona,we called her before the and on the court date here exact words were its your lucky day . i have my ticket still and can... Read more »
You will need to either pay the fine and/or have your case reviewed. If you go the review route, you may need an attorney in the county where the ticket was issued (an attorney will also allow you to not have to return to Colorado for most or all matters related to the ticket).
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