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I am currently confused about the responsibilities of the registered owner of the car who hit me totaling my car and causing tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills.
The driver was the son-in-law of the registered owner and the driver does not have insurance. It was found out later on that the registered owner didn't have insurance either. So, who is responsible? The driver is young and doesn't have assets but the registered owner is a home-owner with small business.
Would the Financial Responsibility Law hold up in court to obtain a judgement against a registered owner who was not the driver who caused the collision damages?
Washington State Financial Responsibility Law:
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