Out in front of her totally his fault but cop said it was partially hers becsuse the white line starts at the edge of the drive makes no sense u have to get over to the right but now gettting sued for 9 grand and possibly keeping her license if we dont pay is any of this legal or correct it all... Read more »
my daughter was driving (17yrs old) and pulled into a gas station when looking for a parking spot, elderly man backs out as she was driving by, he hit the back end of her car (from back door handle to the back bumper). His insurance is Progressive and they called my daughter and recorded the... Read more »
My grandma gave my husband permission to use her vehicle. He was involved in a wreck when someone slammed on their brakes in front of them, he filed a police report and exchanged the insurance info. He told her he would pay for the damages he caused which was one headlight busted and the grill fell... Read more »
Guess the issue is family and what your grandmothers role is. If you try to approach this like an insurance company, then be aware there may be frostiness. If there is damage to the bumper, pay for the bumper (it would be odd for the grille to be damaged, the headlight damaged, and no damage to...Read more »
The vet bill is $355 and will be more charges in the coming 8 weeks, a neighbor said he saw who did it and pointed them out to me. It is clear they were definitely speeding well over the limit based on the injuries. What can I do?
Was hit by an unlicensed, also illegal immigrant driver another man's work van. The owner was cited for driving w/o license, and negligence causing a wreck. He plead guilty. My attorney filed suit for the usual plus punitive damages. What's my potential outcome from this?
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.
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