Started by tutirobinson , Oct 10 2013 10:25 AM
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Posted 10 October 2013 - 10:25 AM
I WAS GETTING OUT THE CAR IN A PARKING SPOT IN A MAIN STREET I MADE SURE THAT NO CARS WERE IN MOTION AT THE MOMENT SO BARELY OPENNIG THE DOOR A A GUY WHO WAS SPEAKING ON THE PHONE SMASH MY CAR THE POLICE OFFICER WAS NO EVEN THERE AND HE CAME IN HE SAID THAT IT WAS MUY FAULT HE DID NOT ALLOW ME TO TALK HE SAID I COULD GET A TICKET BUT HE JUST LISTENED THE OTHER GUY VERSION HE TOOK ME OUT THE CONVERSATION SO HE SAID IN THE REPORTED THE HE BELIBED TO THE GUY NO MYSELF
Posted 10 October 2013 - 10:32 AM
Your post did not state what your legal issue is concerning. What would you like done about this matter?
Posted 10 October 2013 - 10:58 AM
BECAUISE NO I AM WORRY ABOUT THE DAMAGE THE THE OTHER CAR DID AND MY LINCESE
Posted 10 October 2013 - 11:00 AM
AND I THINK THE POLICE OFFICER WAS NOT RIGHT
Posted 10 October 2013 - 12:09 PM
Please don't post in all capital letters; it's harder to read and is considered SHOUTING.
If you "made sure that no cars were in motion," I gather you're saying that the police officer presumes that the damage was done because you opened your car door out into traffic. Your post is unclear about whether the damage is such that it yanked your door open and no one can tell just by looking at it that it was NOT a matter of you having opened your door in front of oncoming traffic. (I'd like to think the damage wasn't just to the door and the part of the car in front of the door, but also BEHIND the door (that the car was coming from behind you).
If you didn't get a ticket, it's unclear why you're worried about your license. If he wanted to issue you a ticket, he would've done it then.
At any rate, a police report doesn't http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/wtc-mastermind-nephew-claims-head-injury-gitmo-article-1.1494818 mean that you can't be successful if you need to sue this person. If you don't have insurance and he won't acknowledge liability, all you can do is sue him.
Please note that you didn't ask a question, so the feedback provided is presumed to cover what you want to know.
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Posted 11 October 2013 - 09:47 PM
Might I suggest you revisit the site of the collision and take pictures of the area from many different view points. If it is a business area, ask some of the people working around there if they remember the accident. See if you can find anybody to back up your claim. Check to see if any businesses have video cameras pointed at the scene of the accident. Maybe somebody got a video of the interaction between you and the police officer.
See if there are any traffic cameras in the area that may have recorded the vent as if happened.
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