If the car is under your name you will be sued for negligent entrustment. You should try and keep it under your husbands name only. Otherwise, any judgment will be against both of you and lien can be placed on jointly owned property
You have the right to be represented by an attorney
This question is very vague. Different cases are eligible for different levels of help due to hardship. Contact an attorney specializing in your kind of cases
The best way to avoid points is to retain an experienced attorney to represent you
I am not sure if there is a question. Please consult a local medical malpractice attorney
You need to post it to NY attorneys. However, it looks like this case was improperly filed in NY.
Do not attempt to negotiate with the insurance company directly. Retain an experienced personal injury attorney
You need to contact the clerk of court to see if a divorce decree had been entered. If not, your complaint can always be dismissed
You must be represented. Apply for a public defender.
The typical answer is - it depends. In many municipalities the primary liability is with the owner of the property adjacent to the sidewalk. Please also keep in mind that there are special notice requirements when it comes to municipalities in NJ. (90 days). Consult with an attorney