Last week I was hit by another car as I was heading home from work. I was on college heading north then turning left on horsetooth . At this intersection there is a traffic light and a older arrow signal. Across from me was a white truck so as i pulled out to turn i went with caution it was difficult to see around him I saw no cars coming and proceeded to to turn when a car was suddenly there and i was hit . Before the police came she said to me and the driver of the other car she hit ...."I cant let them know I ran a red light..." Once the cop came she started a conversation with everyone except me,the officer told me go wait over there. When she came over to me she didnt ask me anything except for my insurance license and registration. I have 3000 dollars in court fines that concern other license and ins situations ,That snowball effect was due As for the ins I had insurance til about a month ago , I was on the policy of a friend of mine. He got a ticket he says which caused him to lose his license and he cancelled the policy. I didn't know for two and a half weeks . I receive SSDI and have a very part time job ( less than 8 hour)I intended to start the policy march 3.
A FOIL request is probably the first step. Contact the municipality and/or appropriate agency.
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Contact the local municipality and make a request pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act.
Just as an aside, there may be local businesses in that area that have security cameras - might check that as well depending on how long ago the accident happened.
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