Im a GM at a pizza shop. My assistant let a driver borrow his car for a delivery, the driver wrecked his car. He called me back in asking to borrow my truck to go get his belongings out of his car and wrecked my truck in doing so, at the same intersection his car was wrecked. He was at fault in my truck. He lied to his insurance company and told them he wrecked his own car so he got his car paid for. Then, he called in the rest of the week and I now I am told by 3 employees he not only wrecked mine on purpose but has requested a transfer out of my store before he is supposed to come back next week. I also found an empty bottle of muscle relaxers at my store in his name that i was told he was abusing the night of the incident.
You go to your local circuit court. Better yet, check on the court's website and you'll find the forms. I hope this answer helps. Best wishes.
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