In Wisconsin a police report is not admissible into evidence at the time of trial. A jury will rely on the facts as set forth in evidence from testimony. If you're injured I strongly encouraged to contact a personal injury attorney who uses investigators so that no facts are left out.
I'd recommend you talk with an attorney. You can contact your insurance and see if they will recommend one or seek out a personal injury attorney to get good advice. Be aware that you have limited time to answer. So, don't delay.
There are active suits against Pfizer for the potential link to birth defects caused by Dilantin. I'm sure most every attorney who responds will echo my advice to get an attorney to look into this ASAP.
Just an FYI that I'm a personal injury attorney in Wisconsin. There were a lot of non Wisconsin answers to this question. A couple things.
First, if you have insurance you may want to file an Uninsured Motorist Claim with your insurance. That way your insurance will do all it can to find and fight for insurance on the other vehicle. Your insurance would rather the other driver have insurance and pay for any damages. But, by doing this your insurance will stand in the shoes of the at...
This is why insurance agents are still important. Don't just buy insurance online. Go to a real person and take some time to explain the situation and see how to rectify the situation using their expertise.
A Judgment in Wisconsin can stay with you for decades. You should know that post judgment interest is 12%. So, the judgment is probably much more than $9,000.00. You will need to either make arrangements with the attorney, file for bankruptcy or if the attorney will not talk with you simply go to the court and ask for hearing on what amount is now due. Once the amount is determined and either paid or discharged then you will need to go to the DMV to get your license back. Good luck. It...