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Answered 10 months ago.
Speak to your lawyer first they may be able to ease your concerns.
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Answered about 1 year ago.
Was she convicted is the question, not charged. Until she is convicted she is presumed innocent and yes that would be expungable as you said.
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Do you already have an attorney? Hire one right away. You have valuable rights!
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Both of you have a case. Because of the criminal act is very serious, it is very helpful to speak or email an attorney for a free consultation.
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Speak to an attorney for a free consult
Its ok you can still file a claim, I'm not sure about the deductible issue it would depend on your injuries. Are you hurt?
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Speak to an attorney to protect your rights and maximixe your dollars.
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Answered 4 months ago.
It is important to make sure you are getting all of the treatment you need and you would need to file a claim against the homeowner's policy.
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Yes speak to an attorney
Answered 11 months ago.