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- Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
- B.A. (2009) | Mass Communication
- Honors: Leadership LSU Editor-in-Chief, LSU Daily Reveille
- Southern University Law Center
- J.D. (2009)
- Honors: Managing Editor - Law Review graduated Cum Laude
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- Q. I was hit from behind by a lady claims to be a minister in the middle of prayer meeting call on her phone what can I do
- A: What happened in the traffic court hearing does not necessarily carry over into your personal injury claim. Technically the traffic court judge didn't declare you "innocent." Instead you were found "not guilty" of the citation as charged. It may sound like a technicality, but the difference does have meaning. In a nutshell, you need an attorney to read over the motor vehicle collision report and discuss the facts of the case with you. I would have a number of questions about what happened here before I can tell you how things should go with your situation.
- Q. I went out drinking and totaled my sons car.I also had to have surgery on my hand. Can i sue the insurance company?
- A: You can't sue the insurance company if you were at-fault for the wreck that caused your injuries.
- Q. Can I use my fiance's uninsured motorist? We've been together for over 21 years, live together, & have an 18 yr old son?
- A: Surprisingly for a lot of people, "full coverage" doesn't have a real definition, but generally only includes coverage for liability, comprehensive, and collision. Unfortunately, none of these includes coverage for when the driver who causes your draft is either uninsured or underinsured. OCGA § 33-7-11 is known as Georgia's "resident relative rule." It's a long, confusing rule, but here's the gist: legal relatives who share a residence with a person who has uninsured motorist coverage are able to use that relative's UM coverage. So while it appears that you may not be able to use your fiance's UM, your 18-year-old child should be able to use her UM. If you have any questions, send me a message. Hope this helps - Walter