Notify your insurance carrier and they will defend any claims made. With regard to the traffic ticket, there are attorneys who handle these. Hire one for $300-$400 as it would be worth every penny.
Is there any damage/paint transfer on your truck? Seems impossible to miss the fact that you were in an accident.
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Report the incident to your carrier. Plead not guilty and hire a qualified and experienced traffic attorney. Money wisely spent.
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Notify the vehicle's liability insurer immediately, if not already done- even though you believe there was no contact with the other vehicle. If the "Ticket" is based solely on an alleged violation of a statutory traffic rule that does not carry any "criminal' effect, seek the consult of an attorney who practices in traffic ticket defenses. If the ticket carries the possibility of a 'criminal conviction' or sentencing (ie- technically, permitting a sentence to jail, a criminal record, etc.) consult with a criminal defense attorney - either way you want to plead "not guilty".Ask a similar question
Spend a couple hundred bucks for a traffic court lawyer to defend.
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There are two types of Leaving the scene charges, depending on whether there were personal injuries or only property damages.
Accident, Leaving Scene, (Attended Vehicle, 63-3-401 through 63-3-405 )
Where personal injury or death involved, Minimum Penalty: $100 and/or 30 days, or Maximum: $5,000 and/or 1 year
Where only property damage involved, 1st offense - $100 or 10 days, 2nd offense within 1 year - $200 and/or 20 days, or 3rd offense within 1 year - $500 and/or 6 months
If the vehicle they accused you was unattended, then the penalty is the same as the property damage only penalties above.
You said you are professional driver "Truck Driver" which means that any of these charges are serious to your driving record and can effect your job and insurance rates. You should get an attorney to help you with this.
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