Can you be sued in an auto accident when neither vehicle was insured?

Answer Yes, of course you can be sued for anything...The fact that neither vehicle wasn't insured does not obsolve the 'at fault' party from being responsible for the damage they caused to the 'innocent'.... Read More »

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If your 16 year old son has an auto accident and the vehicle is in his name and the insurance is in his name can you be sued?

Answer Yes, he is still a minor and as such you may be held liable for his actions.

If you are sued in an auto accident can you lose your house?

AnswerOnly if the judgment exceeds the limits on your ins policy.For example -you have $100,000 of auto liability ins -you are involved in an accident which is your fault and get sued for $200,000 ... Read More »

How to Pay the Amount You Owe If You Are Sued in a New Jersey Auto Accident?

If you're being sued after an auto accident, you may not want to defend yourself. Simply plead no contest -- or guilty, if you prefer -- and prepare to pay the judgment against you. There are a few... Read More »

If the owner of the vehicle allowed her daughter to drive without auto insurance and she had an accident with injuries can she sue the driver of the other vehicle?

Answer I am terribly sorry to hear about the accident and hope those that were injured are on the mend. When parents have the insurance on a vehicle and allow their kids to drive that vehicle they ... Read More »