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...
There are lots of facts to clear up. Did you have someone opine as to cause? Did this all happen prior to 2006? Be aware that in Wisconsin the statute of limitations may be as short as 2 years or possibly 3 years from the day you should have discovered the injury. I recommend talking to a local injury attorney. They should meet with you for a free initial consultation.
I'd recommend you sit down with your attorney and talk about the case. In Wisconsin restitution is meant only for out of pocket damages like medical bills, lost wages and property damage. Depending on when the collision occurred restitution may already be closed. Good luck.
I agree with the other attorney who answered this question. Most importantly if you are injured you should contact an attorney and they will help with setting up a claim.
In general this is why I always recommend dealing with a good insurance agent versus buying car insurance online. A good insurance agent will usually go above and beyond the call of duty and help with situations like this. Good luck.
I don't think the situation is as dire at Micheal implies in his answer. I'd recommend you talk to an attorney to simply put your mind at ease. There are additional questions to answer: Were you cited? Do you intend on paying for the damage?
I agree with the other attorneys. If it would make you feel better you should talk with an attorney that has dealt with authors in the past. There are a few good ones in Milwaukee and Madison. Do some research and look further on Avvo.