The other driver ran a red light, claims my boyfriend did, my boyfriend doesn’t have collision coverage and the other party’s insurance (Geico) states they have no independent evidence to show who is at fault so they can’t do anything. The police report is also nonconclusive to who’s at fault.
Got in an accident went off the road hit a pole no property damage pole was fine. Responding officer gave me a ticket for failure to stay in lane-accident. Do I need a lawyer or just go to the court date estimated cost for ticket?
If you pay the fine, that means you are pleading guilty to "Failure to Maintain a Single Lane," which is a moving violation, and points will be added to your driving record. If you accumulate too many points, your license will be suspended. If you hire a traffic law attorney to represent...Read more »
If you plead guilty to Driving While Suspended or Revoked, 12 points will be added to your Missouri driving record and your license will be revoked for 1 year, plus you will have to pay a fine. You can hire a traffic law attorney to get your 12-point Driving While Suspended/Revoked ticket reduced...Read more »
I'm being sued by Nationwide insurance; a company called NCS has contacted me, and I'm not sure what to do. My boyfriend hit another car, and totalled it out, while driving my car, without insurance on it. I wasn't driving, but I was there, and the vehicle was registered to me. I... Read more »
I. Don't agree it is your obligation. It may be but it may not be. 2) Help them locate your ex--if you get sued you need to sue him for "contribution," 3) find out what the claim is for. If it's for property damage only, and they give you a FULL release of ALL claims including...Read more »
The shop had giving me a bid that I already had one bid on fixing for $500 they gave me a $1900 bid I told them no I will go somewhere else. When I picked it up they did not shut my hood causing it to fly up going 65 MPh down the hwy putting me in the ditch my hood is mangled and the liner in my... Read more »
The truck was at the shop to have the instrument cluster looked at as it had stopped working. While there and parked on the lot a truck that was parked behind mine caught fire and did significant damage to the rear of mine. Mine was paid for, and in excellent condition, no rust, did not burn oil.... Read more »
The company require her to use her car to run company business. She was in a hit and run accident. The car was totaled. Her personal insurance is taking care of the car and workman comp her medical bills but she has no money for a down payment on a new car. Is the company responsible for personal... Read more »
Her insurance would take care of the damage.If the deal with the company is that she use her car she should ask if their general coverage policy provides for damage--but if her car is being fixed then I'm not sure what more you think she should get except her deductible.(You said her insurance...Read more »
Yes it would be. If it's your car and you caused the crash, they are responsible to the other person but not to you for your damage. Suggest if there's a question who is at fault that you contact a member of the Missouri Assn of Trial Lawyers--they give free consultations. If you were...Read more »
it was an alcohol related accident in missouri. I didn't have insurance. i was convicted and went to prison. restitution was paid as part of my probation and that was the thousand dollar deductible to repair the other person's car. now they are suing for the amount of the vehicle... Read more »
A man was recently in a car accident that left him brain dead (with no hope of recovery). He is currently on life support and the family has decided that it's in his best interest to be taken off life support. Unfortunately, because he is married, his wife is the one who has to make the call.... Read more »
The family should talk to a health care of guardianship lawyer about their rights and options. If the wife can be shown to be mentally unfit to make decisions, it may be possible to have someone else appointed to that capacity.
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