If you do not receive a citation at the scene of the accident does that indicate you will not receive one for that offense and can the other party claim injuries?
If your local police department arrived at the scene, and you were not cited, you most likely will not be.
The term "felony" is used to indicate the seriousness of an offense. A "felony" is a serious offense such as homicide, robbery, kidnapping, etc. A "misdemeanor" offense is a crime of less seriousness and a "summary" offense the least serious, such as a speeding ticket or littering fine. The term doesn't indicate whether it is a federal offense.
The same as if you were not already disabled. If you were injured or suffered a loss as a result of the accident, you file a claim for the appropriate damages. You do not however, file a claim for those injuries for which you were already declared disabled prior to the accident. To do so would constitute a felony offense and could earn you up to 20 years in prison for insurance fraud.
This depends on the laws of the state where the citation is issued and the nature of the charge. A citation is simply a summons to appear in court to answer to a charge. In many jurisdictions, it can be issued/signed by anyone who wants to bring a charge against another person. In signing the citation, the person making the accusation is swearing to the court that the offense was committed by the person named…