Accident..not at fault but have no insurance or drivers license.?

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Moor
Asked at 2012-02-01 16:32:09
My boyfriend had a car crash today. It was not his fault. He was driving his motorcycle going around 50 mph on the highway and a car cut him off . He flew over the car and was taken to hospital. He did not have insurance, and your license is suspended. He holds the title of the bike, but have not yet put in his name. What are the consequences? Will you pay for everything? Are there fines for him? ? What will happen ?
Answer1AlexandeAnswered at 2012-02-05 13:27:27
Lawnboy and Luna has the right answer . CA plays a little different to people without health insurance. Assuming that the other person is at fault and is sure her boyfriend will get your bike and medical bills paid but it is. Not eligible to receive any payment for "pain and suffering."

The fact that her boyfriend does not have a license or insurance does not automatically at-fault for the accident, but he will get some pretty hefty fines.

He probably should not drive anything until you get back the license and insurance.
Answer2WallisAnswered at 2012-02-13 21:01:06
Yah .... that deep doo- doo.

The consequences depend on the area of state / accident occurred . You may lose your license and have to pay fines.
Answer3~*~§izzLiN' §e®b~*~ Answered at 2012-03-09 21:11:37
if the other person was found guilty , then insurance is required to pay for your damages . you need to contact people that insurance
Answer4brookieAnswered at 2012-06-21 19:26:38
The bad things . suspension longer and maybe jail if you do enough. Probably not bike. Bike probably be sold in impound . You can keep the title as a
moment . Car drivers ins can sue him saying it was his fault and that he may owe big $ $ $.
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