I concur with my colleague Attorney Wagner. If I were you, I would retain the services of Attorney Wagner. He knows what he is talking about and will greatly help you throughout the legal process. Best of luck.See question
If you have been injured, you should have commenced medical examination and treatment. If so, you will need to seek a local area Personal Injury attorney. You can get a free initial consultation from many Personal Injury attorneys. Best of luck.See question
Assuming you have car insurance, you should file a claim for property damages to your vehicle if you have property damage on your policy. Do so immediately. Best of luck.See question
My colleagues are correct. Immediately contact a local area Personal Injury attorney to talk to. Most offer a free initial consultation, so you may want to talk to a couple and then choose one to retain. But, you need to do this NOW. Best of luck.See question
You have received some good information from my colleagues. Use the opportunity to talk to any of us that you want to as most likely all of us provide a free initial consultation. Look for a very experienced attorney who will proceed with your case immediately and will keep you fully advised as to its progress.
Best of luck.
First of all, I generally concur with both of the above attorneys. The Contingency Fee Agreement appears to be in favor of your current attorney. For example, I and others do not charge 45%, but rather, I limit the maximum to 40% plus all expenses that must be reimbursed.See question
I agree with my colleagues that 50% seems to be too high. Like some of those who have responded, my fees are 33.3% for pre-litigation and 40% for litigation. I would suggest you contact one of us that has responded and talk to that attorney over the phone about your case. Most of us will provide a free initial evaluation for you. If you are a minor (you mentioned being young), the rate is 25%. Best of luck.See question
You need to send it in to the DMV as it is a requirement of the DMV.See question
I agree with my colleague Attorney McGowan as to what must be reported to the DMV using the SR1 form. What is unknown is what was meant by the words *I had $1,000. worth of damage?", If you had less than $1,000. you do not have to report it but if it was less than $1,000., you do not. However, you can still report it now if you want to. I would report it.See question
You should immediately consider getting a Preanal Injury attorney to help you if you had any injuries from the accident and if you had Uninsured Motorist coverage. You might need some help if you had insurance covering your own vehicle also.See question