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I was t-boned and I am positive my light was green, however, the police report stated that I was at fault.

Las Vegas, NV |

I was sober, had no medication in my system and I was not on my phone & I had my seat belt on. I have an excellent driving record and I am so very sure my light was green which is why I proceeded. I have sustained some soft tissue injuries and I was taken to the hospital so I have medical bills as well. This is my very first accident and I don't know what to do or where to turn.

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  1. Best answer

    A police report is not the only evidence in a personal injury. However, if you review the report carefully, there should be witnesses listed. It may be a good idea to have someone call them and investigate the case to verify what they saw. It is possible the police made a mistake, although unlikely, it does occur.

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  2. You should speak with an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your situation. Were there any witnesses to the collision? There is a chance, albeit slim sometimes, that a nearby business may have surveillance video of the collision. However, they usually only keep the video for a short period of time. Don't wait!

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  3. Did the officer give a basis for the opinion?

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  4. There are certain steps we could take to try and prove that you are not at fault, although overcoming the "police report" hurdle is rather difficult.

    For example: eye witnesses, surveillance cameras, accident reconstruction specialists, etc. could all be key in proving your case.

    You should consult an attorney.


  5. This is a very complicated situation. Please consult a local attorney.

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  6. If you received a ticket or hope to preserve your record, make sure to hire local counsel to defend you.


  7. Consult with a local personal injury lawyer immediately. Good luck.


  8. Retain one of the personal injury lawyers in your state above for representation.


  9. Contact and consult with a local personal injury attorney.


  10. Call a lawyer asap.

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