Daughter had green light. Slammed on her breaks as she saw him entering into the intersection. Insurance is trying comparative fault since she 'saw him' even though she tried to stop but couldn't entirely before he hit her. Witness said he was speeding but he wasn't cited for... View More
An Iowa attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope everyone involved is okay. They could try, but their witness already concedes that he went through a red light. Good luck
Insurance claims can involve the disclosure of considerable personal information, such as dates of birth, health history, employment information, and more, depending on the nature of the claim and damages sought. An attorney does not request this information for their pleasure or curiosity;...View More
I got my tire replaced at a tire shop. They took the whole wheel off and replaced the tire and then put the wheel back on. The first time that I was driving it was on the highway and I heard some vibrations and a few seconds later my tire flew off, the rotor hit the road, caused sparks, my car was... View More
Call a member of the Iowa Assn for Justice--they give free consults. You may have to handle this yourself as you weren't injured. You need any bolts that sheared, the tire and rim that went etc.
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