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Date: 29 Feb 2008
Time: 16:04:21 -0500
BEING UNFAIRLY SUE BY A WOMAN, SAYING THAT AS OWNER OF THE CAR AND HOLDER OF THE INSURANCE IT WAS MY RESPONSIBILITY THE SUPPOSED DAMAGE CAUSED TO HER WHEN SOMEONE ELSE WAS DRIVEN MY CAR, I WAS NOT PRESENT OR KNEW ABOUT THE MOMENT OF THE ACCIDENT UNTIL COUPLE DAYS SHE CAME BY MY HOUSE AND CONFRONTED ME. SHE DIDN'T HAVE A POLICE REPORT AND A YEAR LATER A HAVE A SUMMONS IN A 30 DAYS PERIOD? DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO.. 6102 AND 5100 LAWS ARE ALSO MENTIONED IN THE PAPERS OF THE SUMMONS AND I'M NOT FAMILIAR WITH IT?
From: Paul Ajlouny, Esq.
Category: car accident
Date: 12 Mar 2008
Time: 09:55:21 -0500
Under New York state law, the owner of a vehicle is vicariously liable for the negligence of an operator of the vehicle as long as the operator had the owner's permission to use the vehicle. You should immediately present the summons and complaint to your insurance agent and the underlying carrier. Please understand that this is not intended to be comprehensive legal advice. It is merely an overview of relevant aspects of New York personal injury and/or medical malpractice law. It does not create an attorney-client relationship and should not be acted upon without further consultation. Paul Ajlouny, Esq. Ajlouny Injury Law, P.C. 1-800-535-5029
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