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Reckless Imprudence resulting to Damage to property and slight physical injury

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paolo0927


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Good am,

I would just like to inquire about my situation

I was involved in a car accident, i fell asleep and was not able to control the vehicle, i bumped into an suv. after going to the police station, the SUV has comprehensive insurance. I agreed to pay the towing fee, and other expenses involved in the accident. because the SUV has a comprehensive insurance, i expected to pay the participation fee. after a few weeks, without me knowing, the owner of the SUV agreed to sell the vehicle to the insurance company, gave him a check of 1M++. We met and he asked me to pay him 250++ to cover what he paid for the downpayment plus 13 mos of monthly ammortization. I told him that he should have asked the insurance to replace the SUV if it was declared total wreck instead of them giving him a check. 2. All cars have depreciation value, and i did not use the car for them to ask me to pay for their loss in the DP and monthly ammortizations. I already received a subpoena from the office of the prosecutors. What's the firs thing i need to do? Please help me, i cant hire a private lawyer.

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attyLLL


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prepare your counter affidavit. keep negotiating with the owner.


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paolo0927


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do we need a lawyer to create a counter affidavit?

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paolo0927


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do we also need to have a lawyer with is on the first meeting at the prosecutors office?

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attyLLL


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if you can afford one, i would always recommend you get one to assist you


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