The driver fled on foot and was never caught, my insurance wont help because I was on the job and Domino's aka team next level of tulsa will not help or answer my questions my employers will not respond to calls or messages anymore, the most they will do is get me in touch with work comp for... Read more »
Based on the limited facts - Per Ok statute 47 OS §10-103; If no injury is caused then leaving the scene is a misdemeanor with a $500 fine and up to 1 year in county jail. Furthermore, the person leaving the scene is liable up to 3 times the amount of the actual damage caused to the other...Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, as there could be state-specific elements of vehicle & traffic law involved. But your question remains open for a week and you probably need to be in touch with your insurance carrier. As a GENERAL premise nationwide, vehicle C is usually liable if...Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney or accountant could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL rule in most jurisdictions, personal injury awards are usually not taxable. But if your attorney provided a breakdown of the money you are receiving, an Oklahoma accountant would be able...Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, if you were injured, it would make sense to seek a free initial consult with an Oklahoma injury attorney. If you were not injured, then the most practical course of action could depend on...Read more »
It would be best for an Oklahoma attorney to advise, but your post remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, people don't go to jail for fender benders. They are ordinarily treated as civil matters, not criminal matters. But if you haven't already, you could contact an Oklahoma...Read more »
The highway patrol officer got her insurance verifications and license info she received a ticket for passing in the left lane without sufficient space or visibility. She never signed anything or gave permission for her signature electronically nor did I and as a juvenile shouldn't one of us... Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. I hope your daughter is okay. As a general matter, drivers under 18 can receive tickets, and a ticket not being signed by recipient doesn't generally serve to diminish its legal effect. If you haven't...Read more »
An Oklahoma attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for a week. This sounds like it may be a criminal possession matter more than a car accident matter - contact an Oklahoma criminal defense attorney to find out what this means. Good luck
This is really a question for an Oklahoma attorney, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter without regard to any state-specific considerations, this issue comes up regularly in total loss determinations. Different states may use different thresholds. But where provided for...Read more »
If the claimant wants to keep the car, yes they can say "well,you are getting back what the salvage value is." Now you need to determine how they figure that, and if what you get will allow you to repair the car to the level it can be inspected. If there are problems with that or other...Read more »
It's a difficult call to make without the benefit of video cams that show the movements of all vehicles. In the aftermath of such a collision, liability in such settings is sometimes split down the middle for lack of evidence from one side or the other to the contrary. Good luck
An Oklahoma attorney could best address your question because it could involve elements of state law. But it remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, aside from the apparent safety issues, it could be a significant factor raised by a plaintiff in an accident. It could also be an issue...Read more »
My second vehicle was parked on the street and was not occupied. Another driver crashed into my vehicle causing a lot of damage. The other driver does have insurance. Will that driver’s insurance company be required to pay for the damage or will my state laws give them an ‘out’ since I was... Read more »
That is frustrating situation to say the least! If you have the driver's insurance information, then contact the insurance company and file a claim against the driver's insurance for the property damage to your vehicle, diminished value (if applicable), and any other property damage that...Read more »
I’m not sure what you mean by discounting the asking price of comparable vehicles. The way it should be valued is what the value of a similar vehicle in similar condition is valued. One of the best ways to find the value of your vehicle is to use the vehicles listed on EBay Motors that are...Read more »
93 year old man ran a red light and hit me on the driver side. causing major injuries to me causing me to be flown and be put on full life support. we ended up suing him, but 2 months after we did he died, now suing the estate. they sold the land and the house and with the insurance money was... Read more »
What are my legal rights? I was going under 2mph but just now I'm receiving a $800$ estimate which I believe is beyond inflated, from potentially a fake company. I aknowledge I'm at fault but I have to many red flags to blindly pay that amount. What are my options at this point?
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