I was rear ended at a yield sign and the person who rear ended provided me with false information. Fake driver's license number, fake insurance information and unfortunately my phone was dead to take pictures of her license plate number. The polic...
You need to contact your own insurance company and file a claim. Assuming that you have full coverage.See question
I was involved in an accident back in October, I was uninsured at the time because I was switching insurance companies. The person I hit had a insurance and I had told him that I would pay for it not meaning through insurance being as I didn't hav...
Looks like the person you hit filed it on their own insurance policy and that company paid for the damages. In Texas if that happens then they (in this case the insurance company who paid the money) can sue you for reimbursement. If that happens then they can ask the State of Texas to suspend your drivers license. You can either work it out with them or wait and see if they sue you then hire an attorney to defend your case.
Best to get some sort of legal consultation either way.
need as much help as possible we know nothing about how railroad works when something like this happend
Sorry to hear about this. These can be difficult cases and complex. You should contact a personal injury attorney in the area who can evaluate you situation and best determine how to proceed. Most initial consultations are free.
Car accident and got dui and child endangerment but myself and passanger were not checked for injuries
We need a few more facts. Who got a DWI and child endangerment? You may need to contact a personal injury attorney or an criminal attorney depending what your question.
I was rear ended last week by a woman possibly on her phone (our city must be hands free). She first of all lied to the police Telling him my automatic vehicle rolled backwards. Has continued to do nothing but lie to insurances whike we wait for t...
Sorry to hear about your situation. First if you were hurt you should seek medical care. Then you should contact your own auto insurance just to put them on notice of the collision. And lastly you should seek out the consultation of a personal injury attorney to have case evaluated.
My car was parked outside my house one night when a woman smashed into it with her car. She said it was her fault, not to worry that her dad has insurance. We called the police, got a police report and had our cars towed away because apparently it...
Sorry to hear about your situation. If you have full coverage then you need to contact your own auto insurance company and open a claim. They they can go after the person who hit your car. If you do not have full coverage then you need to contact an attorney about suing the person who hit your car. Or if the damage is less than $10,000.00 then you can sue in Justice Court and represent yourself. Best bet though is to call an attorney and have them provide some advise on how you should best proceed.
I was driving and it was my right away and the other party ran a stop sign and I t-boned her vehicle due to her being on her phone while driving. I didn't have insurance on my vehicle for about a week since my husbands boss had a emergency and I c...
If you were injured then you need to seek medical treatment. Also, you absolutely need to open a claim with her insurance company regarding your vehicle. I would not discuss any injuries with them until you have had a chance to discuss your situation with a personal injury attorney. Most initial consultations are free.
My brother was driving home drunk and he ran into a guard rail and a state trooper found him outside of the car he was hurt pretty bad but they noticed that the passenger airbag deployed but the drivers did not so he hit his head on the Windshill...
You can investigate a products liability case for the airbag. However these types of cases are very expensive and usually require catastrophic damages to make them work. The DWI will make it very difficult to find as well.
You can call a personal injury attorney for a more thorough evaluation.
I was in a hit and run accident with no serious injury. I have a police report and my insurance company was contacted tonight via email. According to police, the person I thought hit my vehicle did not have damage to substantiate that. So I'm l...
As mentioned in earlier posts, you should contact your own carrier and make a claim. Assuming you have the coverage necessary to make the claim. Without that you be out of luck.
Last week I had guest over and they hurt themselves on steps. Took to emergency room for xrays. Trying to take best steps, apartments haven't offers anything but apology.
It is possible best to take some pictures of the steps and have your guest contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible.