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David B. Robinson

David Robinson’s Answers

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  • No Fault Accident - No License/ Insurance (HOUSTON,TX)

    David’s Answer

    Report the claim to Geico and confirm that the responsible person has coverage. There is no reason for you to delay and if the responsible person fails to timely report the accident to Geico, Geico may deny coverage.

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  • What can I do about choking on a screw found in my food

    David’s Answer

    You do not mention if you were injured or required medical or dental care. Unless you suffered an injury that is compensable under the law there is nothing to be gained in a civil lawsuit. On the other hand, the retailer is likely liable for your injuries.

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  • Can a lawyer fight against a police report?

    David’s Answer

    The facts surrounding the accident are in dispute. The officer may not change his opinions, but that does mean that the officer's opinions are correct. Were there witnesses? If so, will they back up your recollection? Sometimes the officer's opinions can be excluded from evidence. Talk to a local attorney. Good luck.

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  • DO I NEED A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY.

    David’s Answer

    You have a potential claim. If you are having medical issues, first seek medical attention. You should then contact an attorney to discuss your potential claim before discussing the matter with the other driver's insurance company.

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  • I was hit by a car in oncoming traffic even though I had the green turn signal. I then received a ticket for "Failure to yield.

    David’s Answer

    Hire an attorney and go to Court. If you turned on a green arrow and had the right of way and the driver who ran into you failed to comply with the traffic signal and stop or yield the right of way the Court will likely dismiss the citation.

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  • If you're backing out of a space and almost completely out and someone hits you in the rear of your vehicle, who is at fault?

    David’s Answer

    Drivers have a duty to keep a lookout, yield the right of way and drive at a safe speed. Depending on the circumstances, the other driver may have been negligent in making contact with your vehicle.

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  • My son was in a car owned by an emp[loyer, who was not supposed to be driving because of mental problems. She got hit by a truck

    David’s Answer

    Your son may have a claim for his damages resulting from the crash against the the driver of the vehicle who turned in front of them, and /or the driver of the car he occupied and possibly his company depending on the circumstances.

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