I suggest you consult with an attorney that specializes in Traffic citations. Also, you can usually call the jurisdiction that issued the citation and get the amount of the fine if you choose to go that route.
I agree with the other lawyer's advice. Often if you call ahead, you can 'pay' the citation ahead of time.
However, usually with an accident you will need to be present at the court hearing.
I suggest you contact an attorney that specializes in these types of matters.
This is a very unfortuante situation. My advise would be for your girlfiend to contact an experienced attorney that specializes in traffic issues and maybe he/she can help her clarify and add an addemdum to the report.
That is an unfortunate situation, but my advice (as the other lawyers have stated) is to cooperate with law enforcement, contact your insurance representative, and if asked to provide criminal testimony--consult an experienced traffic court attorney in your area.--Good Luck!
I agree with the answers above. You should seek medical attention for your injuries immediately. Please contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
As stated above, I would advise you not to speak with the other driver's insurance company until you have at least been advised by an attorney.
I agree with the attorneys above. My only additional advise is that I would consult a quality experienced personal injury attorney ASAP and avoid speaking to the at fault adjuster and compiling your own demand. As I have seen many times, folks with the best intensions will damage their case by trying to reason with the insurance adjusters. Keep in mind, the adjusters are trained professionals and will try everything they can to minimize the value of your case.
The answer would depend upon the exact facts and your question does not have enough information to give a proper answer. I do wish you luck, but if you were parked on private property improperly, you most likely are responsible for this charge. Good Luck!