They exchanged information and the other driver admitted fault. But told his insurance they were both at fault. We had to file police report, get them to acquire the video and get the video sent to them. I keep calling the other driver insurance to get the status of the claim but he hardly ever... Read more »
A Mississippi attorney could best advise here, but your post remains open for three weeks. I hope your son and the other driver are okay. As a general matter, I do not see a situation that would provide the basis to sue for mental distress. Because the other driver told his insurance that both...Read more »
You could start by contacting lawyers who deal with traffic violations and motor vehicle department matters and arranging a free initial consult to discuss the matter. You could search for attorneys on your own online, or through this website. There is a section here under Traffic Tickets. Click...Read more »
Assuming that he passed away because of someone else's negligence, then you and any other legal heir may be entitled to a portion of a settlement or award of damages. You should seriously consider reaching out to a lawyer to discuss further, as there is a time limit on being able to bring...Read more »
Likely not, as most people are not put in jail for tickets. That being said, as long as you are still paying towards your older charge, you should still be good to go. As to the car accident, I would encourage you to reach out to a lawyer, as you may be entitled to compensation if the other driver...Read more »
vechicle which was insured and he had the right away the other driver was cited but our insurance company says my son wasnt listed as a insured driver ,what can we do about this liability to our car abd bodily damages
Was your son injured? Did he live with you? How old is he? Does he have his own car? Did the insurance company know he lived with you and his age? Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you want more information.
A Mississippi attorney would be best qualified to address your question, but your post remains open for three weeks. At this point, reach out to attorneys if you were injured in the fall. Most attorneys would give a free initial consult for this type of accident, and if they determined that you had...Read more »
You may need to look into a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Call a competent attorney. You may need to prepare for it beforehand. Schedule F and the Notice To Creditors should list the Creditor Driver, Insurance Co., the Licensing Bureau with your Driver's License Number in the address, and anyone...Read more »
Without delay, provide the summons and complaint to the insurance carrier that carried your policy at the time of the accident. You should be able to do this via email. You might have to call first to set up a claim number and learn who the claim rep assigned to your file will be. If the carrier...Read more »
One of the issues you could be confronted with here is the general responsibility to maintain a safe speed for given conditions and to maintain a lookout while driving, regardless of jurisdiction. I hope you were not injured, but based on possible injuries or damages, you could arrange a...Read more »
Assuming you have insurance, the insurance company should be able to fund the defense on this case (assuming that it's civil); otherwise, you will have to hire a private attorney to represent you. That being said, these types of cases are incredibly fact-intensive.
It could depend on what the parking regulations were, what the weather/visibility conditions were, the operation of your vehicle, and other factors. You could consult with an attorney in Mississippi who could examine the matter in further detail.
Assuming you aren't injured, take the position it's on her. If cited plead not guilty. Even if she had a blinker on or off, the real problem here is that you apparently were pulling onto the highway from an exit (not clear from the above), and if you were any traffic on the highway tends...Read more »
You need to contact an attorney immediately. During your conversation with the attorney, you need to disclose all of the details re the accident, including whether the other person was at fault, did they have insurance, the nature of any injuries, etc.
Ask the police. Dog was in the road so it's largely on you. Duty to stop is to people, or damage to property over whatever Ms. sets as the bar. A dog is valued at the market value, not the intrinsic value to you. Note however if the dog did damage to the car the driver may counterclaim for...Read more »
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