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An uninsured driver rear-ended another vehicle on an Alabama highway while stopping for a redlight is he at fault and can the other driver order him to pay for damages in 30 days?


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2005-10-25 04:43:22
2005-10-25 04:43:22

First, Are you the uninsured driver or the person who was rear-ended? It doesn't matter which party is asking, or that the highway was in Alabama either. The driver who rear-ends another car at a red light is At Fault 99.9+ percent of the time. But the other driver cannot ORDER him to pay, unless he happens to also be the presiding judge who hears the lawsuit (maybe Alabama does matter, after all).

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