As a general premise, he should not have to pay anything under normal circumstances if the accident took place in the ordinary course of his employment. The municipality should be assigning an attorney to defend the matter, and that attorney should be able to answer his questions. If the lawsuit is...Read more »
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.
See if there were any intersection cameras or security cameras covering where it happened. Then if you have collision run it through that. If not, if you don't have someone to go after that's it. You may have a casualty deduction on your taxes but talk to an accountant about that.
We didn’t realize our auto insurance policy was cancelled. I now got into an accident where I will most likely be at fault because I was crossing traffic. We just renewed our registration in February and they’re saying our policy was cancelled over a year ago. Do we have any legal right to... Read more »
Not as you've phrased it; they may be supposed to send a notice to DMV but that doesn't help you. However the insurance company must notify you and your state insurance commissioner will tell you what that method is.
The problem is if you moved and didn't tell the company....Read more »
I was in a car accident December 2017 at the time It was my first day on the job delivering an arrangement for edible arrangements. I was driving my own car (which was totaled) because they said their delivery van wasn’t working. My car wasn’t registered or insured. I currently have a lawyer... Read more »
I had an automotive accident in Norwalk, CT at the intersection of Richards Ave and US-1. I approached the intersection facing south in the rightmost lane and was attempting to make a right turn on red. I came to a complete stop and was inching my vehicle forward to see around some other vehicles... Read more »
If he went straight in a lane that was right turn you could rely on him turning right. However, you will, chances are, get some of the fault because you were controlled by a red light and you have the duty to not proceed until and unless it is safe to do so. If other cars blocked your view you have...Read more »
or insurance & plates are registered to a different vehicle/mystery person. The 17 yr old fled the scene but was quickly found and both were arrested. No one was hurt but between depreciation book value and still owing on a car loan, the financial loss is absolutely devastating to me. I have no... Read more »
I would be interested in discussing the matter with you. From the limited amount of facts that you provided, I am not sure that I can give any kind of appropriate answer. And in fact left me with more questions. Please feel free to contact me at my office at 2:03. 870. 6700. Thank you
You need to consult with a personal injury lawyer with experience as soon as possible. A good attorney can handle all of these issues with and for you. Please feel free to contact me today as we handle these types of matters regularly and would be happy to speak with you. 203.870.6700.
If the summons is for the ticket there may or may not be a docket number. However you don't want to ignore it. You want to have a lawyer who handles cases before the court in the county where it happened handle it.
A guy blew through a red light and hit the front end of my car. I am worried they are going to total it because it was definitely not driveable. I am sure the car is worth less than I owe on it and I do not have gap insurance. Should i hire an attorney to try and recoup the full amount of the car... Read more »
You definitely should seek experienced legal counsel to take care of the multiple issues here. I would be happy to see you as soon as you are available, to get started moving forward. Please feel free to contact us 203.870.6700.
Her insurance don't want to pay for the damage or rental for my car , and she don't got proof of the car hitting my car and she got no information of the other car nothing at all and her insurance don't want to pay for anything
Yesterday a driver stopped on the train tracks due to traffic, then the train started to come. So then she decided to reverse at full speed and attempt to make a Illegal U-turn, she ofcourse slammed into my parked car. Causing it to slam into a gate on other side. So needless to say it looks as if... Read more »
You were in the totaled car and have injuries. Contact a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association--they give free consults. You can write the other driver, tell her her /owners insurance has denied, if she doesn't have insurance you will ask to have her and owner's licenses suspended.
Bought and 09 chevy cobalt from a buy here pay here dealership. They never mentioned that the ignition switch had not been fixed and now I'm recieving letters in the mail from GM telling me it needs to be replaced or death/serious injury could occur.
The letters presumably say they will pay. In which case, no harm, no foul. If they aren't a GM dealer not sure they have a duty to check each car for recalls--especially as that can be done as easily by you.
If you have further questions why not get a consultation from a consumer...Read more »
The new owner is liable to "someone"--but if the someone didn't cancel registration but, for instance, dropped policy of insurance, and new person had no insurance, then the DMV might go looking at the the seller. If "someone" had
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