How do you file a civil suit against a veteran?
You would file a civil suit against a veteran the same way you would for anyone. You would want to consult an attorney to make sure you have a case in your state. If you do, then you get a court date and the person gets served.
If the creditor has a valid debt and if you are not able to make payments as they come due, the creditor can and probably will file a civil lawsuit against you. Once a creditor realizes that no amount of persuasion out of court will get him anything on the debt, a civil suit is the only recourse to getting paid.
Can the driver who is not at fault but has no insurance file a lawsuit against a driver who is at fault and has insurance?
The suit would need to be filed in the federal court that has jurisdiction in the area where the reservation is located. If the suit is against individuals who are of Native American heiritage and do not reside on a reservation the suit would be filed in the appropriate state court in the county where the defendant(s) live.
Yes. The US legal system allows any citizen to file suit against any other individual and/or entity. The only criteria is the suit cannot be frivolous in intent. Please be advised, the outcome of any civil suit is never a "sure thing". The plaintiff should be well informed of what is necessary to prevail and the consequences resulting in losing such action.
Yes. Not only can you file a lawsuit if you have a criminal case pending against you but even if you have been convicted of a crime and are in prison you still have the right to file a civil lawsuit. Your participation in the lawsuit will be restricted by all lawful restraints imposed on you by virtue of being in prison.