That is incorrect. It is a rebuttable presumption that bc you did not have your license, you are at fault. However, it can be rebutted by the fact that the car pulled in front of you, thus causing the accident. You are not at fault as you have rebutted the presumption.
Bc there was an accident, you’re going to have to go to court. If you had insurance at the time and you’ve corrected the registration, it probably all gets dismissed but you should hire a lawyer to ensure that’s how it goes.
Between the open door and front seat, forcing the door to close on my legs pinning me between the door and door frame. I was injured and in shock blacked out after she stopped backing up and didnt make a police report.i did go to hospital. Didnt get insurance info from driver. My son msgd driver... Read more »
It means if you are reported to the DOT as having cancelled or not having insurance coverage, the DOT will send you a notice requesting proof of insurance on the vehicle. If proof is not provided, theDOT will cancel your cars registration.
If the holder is part of a civil proceeding (like an insurance company secured a judgment against you for damage caused while driving without insurance), a bankruptcy filing will likely restore your driving privileges. You are welcome to email me if you have more specific questions.
Another teen rear ended this 16 year old while she was driving illegal and he has had to pay for everything because he rear ended her. A settlement is pending thru insurance even though there was no injury. My point is she should not have been on the road at all. Shouldn't it be her fault? Sort of... Read more »
The intermediate license is a minor traffic offense. The person who rear ended the other person is at fault, license or no license, dui or no dui, because that is the direct and proximate cause of the accident.
The laws of the state where the crash occurred will control, and in most circumstances a court action would be initiated in that jurisdiction. An injury claim should first be filed with the at-fault party or parties insurance carriers. Multi-car crashes can be complicated. Do not speak with any...Read more »
The other driver provided insurance however when I called the insurance co the adjuster said that they probably would not pay. She would not give me a reason. A police report was filed. Its been 2 week and still no definitive answer from Grange insurance. It was not my fault as my car was not even... Read more »
I’m out the $7,500 for down payment on new car also car payments went up added two more years on a loan and insurance went up none of this would have happened before the accident wondering if I’m entitled to get anything back
No. The $7500 downpaymrnt and the higher monthly payments were voluntary on your part. You could have purchased a cheaper car and reduced these amounts. These issues are not a direct and proximate result of the accident.
Kentucky is a comparative fault state. This site is for general questions only. To answer your question, yes it is possible. If the pedestrian was some percentage at fault in causing the result such as if for example he failed to yield the right of way to a vehicle or crossed the street on red...Read more »
I am from out of state I was driving in the right lane going the speed limit, I didn't see the officer on the side of the road until it was almost too late to react, I had crossed over the fog line because I panicked and slammed on my break I ended up slowing down to about 55-60mph by the time I... Read more »
The answer is more complicated than it may seem. If you accident is in KY, and you have not rejected the provisions of Kentucky's Motor Vehicle Reparations Act ("MVRA"), then you usually have two years from the crash or two years from the date of the last PIP payment under the MVRA. There are...Read more »
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