If you caused the crash, you can't sue anybody and win. You will obviously lose- you caused the accident. If you were hit by the car and were doing everything right, then sue the person who hit you. Read More
Because the person who hit them is at fault and with rear end accident there is usually medical bills and pain involved with the people who were hit. They have the right to sue to recover from the accident. Read More
Sure you can sue anyone for anything. The question is will you win. Let's get this straight. You hit a parked car, and you want to sue the owner of that car's insurance company. And your reason is that the car was not registered. Well if the car was not registered then how did they have insurance? What does the fact as to weather the car was registered or not have to do with the… Read More
If your vehicle was hit by an uninsured vehicle that was impounded after the accident but later repossessed from the pound by the leinholder can you sue the leinholder?
You could try but I doubt you would prevail. What liability do you think the leinholder has in the accident? You need to sue the driver of the car that hit you. Read More
WEL IF ANYONE SCRATCHES OR DENT YOUR CAR THEN YOU CAN SUE Read More
Can you sue somebody who hit your car and was found guilty of hitting your car but you got hurt and the jury said it wasent' from the accident?
Answer No Read More
If person you hit in car accident has already been paid by their auto insurance co. can the insurance co sue you?
They can Read More
Three years. Read More
yes you can Read More
one word answer: YES Read More
yes you can sue anybody. but it all depends on how badly you or your car was damaged and if the other person has insurance. Read More
How do you sue someone at fault in an accident if they have no insurance at all and can you sue them personally to pay for your car being totaled?
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If you were walking across the street and hit by a car what could you sue the person who hit you for?
if it was their fault and you were injured at the scene of the accident...your injury expenses form hospital ect, and any damage to personal [property Read More
My car was totaled in a car accident and the guy at fault had no drivers license but the car had insurance Will my insurance go up due to the accident and should i sue the guy?
Your insurance may go up it may not, also sue for allot of money!!! Read More
Start by hiring a lawyer. Read More
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Yes, if the hit-and-run driver is eventually known, if you suffered personal injury, you may sue for damages over and above what your insuror will pay you for. If it only resulted inproperty damage to your car, usually it is your insurance company who will handle it. Read More
If a police officer is involved in an accident while working and is at fault, the accident should be reported by another officer. There are no differences in the accident reports made with an officer involved in an accident. Any questions regarding a lawsuit against the officer should be asked directly to a lawyer. Read More
unless the person meant to do it then you can Read More
Yes you can. Read More
no unless the car the driver was driving was unsafe and the problem of the accident but only the driver can sue in that case. Read More
Sure, you can sue someone for just about anything. The question is, should you sue them? Were you injured? Was it an accident or was it malicious? If you feel you need to sue then contact a lawyer. Read More
If you put the title of a car in your name for your friend and they are in a car accident am you liable since the car is in your name?
They can sue you both. One your friend is the driving and responsiable for the accident and two you own the car. Better get your check book out. Read More
Sue him if he hit your car and cant cover it. That is his fault for hitting you. Read More
my uncle got sued for that, so my answer is yes Read More
If you're un-injured. . . sue for WHAT? In the US ANYONE can sue ANYBODY for ANYTHING. The question really is, do you have any chance of prevailing? Read More
What happens if you are sued from the person who hit you in a car accident. The person you hit was ticketed for the accident at the time.?
If a person who sues you was the person responsible for the accident, they have little chance of winning the claim. But they have succeeded in scaring you, reducing the chance that you will sue them. It looks like you must counter-claim, and say that you are waiting for the outcome of the court-case on the ticket for the accident. If they are found guilty of causing the accident, no court will hold you responsible… Read More
Most states allow you to file a claim up to 2 or 3 years after an accident, but you can only sue an insurance company if they have denied your claim. Read More
Generally no. You would have to prove the state built the road wrong or was at fault in some way for your accident. Read More
As far as I am aware as long as there is any pain and/or trauma caused no matter how insignificant then yes you can sue Read More
Yep! * Perhaps, they would be able to recover medical costs but the circumstances of the accident would determine whether or not punitive damages could be awarded. Read More
if the person didn't mean to no sorry Read More
Were you the driver? If so, probably not unless the car was not properly maintained and was found to be unsafe after you took the wheel. Read More
There's a certain degree of impossibility behind what you're asking here. In theory, resurrection could be possible, but I don't think there's any court which would recognize it. Read More
They will sue the owner of the vehicle. Read More
If you have a loss worth suing someone for you would not have to try to figure out what to sue for. This is ridiculous. If the other party who hit you has insurance they will take care of your damages and that's it. Read More
if you made the accident(specially if it prove you did it on purpose) it is almost certain you will lose the lawsuit and even get sued yourself for fraud Read More
Probably. When you purchase insurance, you are insuring the car. If you drive someone else's car and have an accident, their insurance should cover the costs (but their insurance *may* sue your insurance company for compensation/reimbursement.) Read More
Usually one cannot sue their own company if the accident was a fault of their own. If someone else hit you and caused you to hit the pole, the other person's insurance would be liable. Read More