The Biggest mistake people make is trusting that the other driver will do what was promised. Very, very, very rarely does the other driver follow through. For all who read this and for you from now on, NEVER leave the scene of an accident without a crash report and, whenever possible the names, addresses and telephone numbers of any witnesses. Given that almost every one has a phone with a camera, take scene and property damage photos as well.
That being said,your employer is not at fault....
Hire a local lawyer to assist you. If anyone, including that lawyer, tells you they know what the full value of your case is prior to completion of your medical care, they are not being truthful with you.
You are "playing with fire" here if she is under 18, Florida's age of consent!!!
Any sexual activity- even that does not even include intercourse still requires her to meet the age of consent!.
Your ages are what counts, not what grade you and she are in; comparative intellect levels; mutual attraction; etc.
You could risk serious criminal prosecution no matter how both of you feel for one another right now.
Most young men are not as sincere as you and I respect you for asking and...
Florida law is very different than other states when it comes to auto accidents. Be careful to only follow the advice of Florida lawyers due to this.
Your friend is responsible to pay you for your car whether or not he was at fault because it was his responsibility to return it to you in the same condition he borrowed it.
Both you and your friend are responsible to pay the other driver- if your friend was at fault. you can then collect from your friend if you have to pay anything.
Don't look for any sympathy from your insurer about missing the reporting deadline. Likewise, being with an insurer five (5) years or 500 years means absolutely nothing.
Correlation between vehicle damage and doubted injury is no way to evaluate a clam.
Do what everyone above advises.
HOA would be liable. Send them a certified letter stating so and asking them to remove the obstruction. warn them to immediately increase the reserves to avoid a special asessment when someone is ineviaibly, terribly injured
Yes. If you cannot afford one, the court will appoint one for you. You do not understand the seriousness of this matter and the woeful implications it could have on the rest of your life. Many schools don't admit and most employers won't consider an applicant with a drug and driving under the influence criminal record. Do not ever plead guilty without advice of an attorney. Stay clean! Good luck!