Hire an attorney. the insurance company is not concerned about your parents as much as they are concerned about their bottom line. An attorney is hired to look out for their best interests but will charge a percentage of any amount recovered. The car will be reimbursed by their insurance company but everything else will be the subject of negotiation/litigation. Your parents need someone to look out for their interests.
That is a good question. There are some studies that would agree with that. Other issues that need to be addressed are the amounts of anticoagulant and preservative. All these need to be looked are to determine whether the sample taken was of evidentiary value or compromised. These are substantial questions and need to be addressed by an attorney who has a great base of knowledge in blood testing. That attorney would probably need to hire a forensic expert to assist hi/her and you.
NO, you do have a right to a renewed hearing. You get a form from the DA It is a 702 form that says they are not filing and then file that with DMV with request for new hearing. DMV should not even hold hearing as you are below a .08 where their jurisdiction starts
Contact DMV at phone number on your temp. license within 10 days. Then contact a few really good DUI attorneys in your area. Do not give any statements to insurance people at this point. A good place to look for really good DUI attorneys is on the Californai DUi Lawyers Assoc. website. they have a list broken down geographically and you know these people are competent.
NO MORE STATEMENTS TO POLICE OR INSURANCE. Contact one of the many fine DUI specialists in your area. Go to the California DUI Lawyers Association website and a number of highly qualified lawyers who specialize in DUIs are listed from your area. Enough talking about your situation publicly, please.
Congratulations. Your attorney needs to get a copy of your acquittal and forward it to a particular DMV office in Sacramento so that the DMV action will be rescinded and you will have no further rerquirements from the DMV.
Critical Need is only if yo are under 21. You are eligible for a restricted license at the end of the 30 day suspension if you didn't apply for a Hearing with the DMV. You may drive to and from school on a restricted license as well as to the alcohol class that you will be required to sign up for in order to get a restricted license. I would suggest you contact one of the many excellent DUi lawyers in your area. Go to CDLA(California DUI Lawyers Assoc.) website and consult with one or more...