Legal Question in Civil Litigation in Ohio

Judgment against a person who owns joint property

I was involved in an auto accident (my fault) in which another person was injured. She is suing me for an amount more than my insurance covers. I was driving a vehicle registered in my name only. Can a judgment be leveled against joint property owned by my husband and me?

Asked on 12/21/03, 11:36 pm

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Steven Martinek Steven Martinek Lawyer Ltd.
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Re: Judgment against a person who owns joint property

Probably. If you see a reasonable possibility, or likelihood, of an ultimate award of damages in excess of your policy limits, you would be well-advised to retain an attorney separate from the counsel retained on your behalf by your insurance company.

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Answered on 12/22/03, 9:20 am

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