My daughter was driving on a heavily trafficked bridge in Manhattan. The dividing line between the two lanes was solid white. A car from another lane traveling in excess of the speed limit cut her off, passed over the lane, not giving her enough time to hit the brakes to avoid him and hit him. In addition, a car behind her hit my daughter from behind and left the scene. Who is at fault and what can we do?
Answered on: 7/14/13, 4:48 am by Yefim Rubinov
Firstly, sorry about the incident. If you can proe the facts both cars that hit you are at fault. Have your daughter seek medical help and legal consultation right away. You may contact me directly at 347-612-6677
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