A Wyoming attorney could advise best. In terms of a general obligation and good faith, someone or their parents can be liable. Legally, it could depend on state-specific parental liability laws, which only a local attorney could advise on. Good luck
I have an auto loan in the state of wyoming. In my loan contract it states not to sell collateral. I foolishly let someone take over payments and planned to sign the title to them once payments were complete. They totaled the vehicle and now I potentially owe the full amount of the loan to the... View More
Lawmakers might be more familiar with this than car accident attorneys. One place to start researching the issue might be the Wyoming Department of Motor Vehicles. If they can't assist, maybe they could suggest other regulatory authorities. Good luck
I judged stopping in breakdown lane to be potentially hazardous, so a passenger in my vehicle called an accident report in to local Sheriff's office on cellphone while I kept on driving. What does Wyoming law state about requirement to stop and render aid?
In nearly every state the law only applies to drivers "involved in the accident." A passer by such as yourself need not stop. You can phone the police if you clearly saw it happen (as opposed to looking over once you hear the bang).
I was in a wreck 3 weeks ago. I was ruled not at fault by the police and the other party received a ticket. Can I go after the other person for down payment and plates/sales tax on a new car that I would not have to pay if not for their negligence? This happened in Wyoming.
You can go after them for the value of your vehicle if it was for sale the minute before the wreck. You would get the sales tax. Plates you keep. There may be a transfer charge in your state so ask for that. You have a claim for your injuries. I suggest you contact a member of the Wyoming Assn for...View More
Suggest you contact a member of the Wyoming Assn for Justice--they give free consultions.
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