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Reckless imprudence resulting to Homicide

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1 Reckless imprudence resulting to Homicide on Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:41 pm


Arresto Menor
My future wife's father died in a vehicular accident. The owner of SUV is a doctor a sister of Atty. and driven by his driver.
Date of accident: May 2010
Date case filed: 2010
Status: Preliminary Invistigation.
Concern: The hearing is always reset/rescheduled.
1. The driver (accused is not present two consecutive hearings but for the third time he will attend.
Question: do we have a disposition to request for a fast trial?

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2 Re: Reckless imprudence resulting to Homicide on Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:48 pm


Arresto Menor
The owner of the SUV (Ford Everest) with compre insurance wants to settle once in for all. but they are requesting the bills of the funeral and all expenses. are these necessary for the claim of insurance? Correct me if i'm wrong. what i know is in order to avail the insurance you need the following:
1. Police report/medicolegal,hospital certificate
2. Pictures of the incident etc.

Please enlighten my queries. God bless and thank you

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3 Re: Reckless imprudence resulting to Homicide on Sat Jul 14, 2012 8:03 pm


you can file a motion to resolve.

you need to present your proof of these expenses and it is reasonable to ask for them. you're going to need to present them anyway if it goes to court.

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