Only if it's her car, or the son was intoxicated by something he obtained from his mother.
yes. Unfortunately many of the people who are responsible for accidents are irrsponsible in their personal lives, have no insurance and have nothing of value. Often you don't get anything from the uninsured drivers who cause your accidents.
yes, assuming the are all accident related and she is 100% negligent, and therfore liable/responsible for your damages.......if a specific problem with some of this give more details and i can be of more assistance.....It also depends on whether your state is a "no fault" state or not. In a "no fault" state, the parties involved in an auto accident are automatically reimbursed by their own insurance company. However, it is still possible for the victim of an auto accident to receive additional compensation for certain damages (i.e. medical expenses, pain and suffering, economic losses, etc.). If the accident victim's auto insurance policy does not cover the amount of damages they've sustained, they may want to consider legal action against the at fault driver. However, this all depends on the state the accident victim lives in and the amount/type of damages sustained.
The 19 year old of course! He's ADULT.
Not if the mother is in the childern's lives. If you married the father then the children cme along too, you are now the step-mother and have to take that responsibility if it is given to you.
No ! The 46-year-old is solely responsible for his own actions !
Yes, as long as the mother realizes that she is still responsible for the daughter. The daughter lives where the mother wants her to live.
There are 3 possibilities: You ARE responsbile (or partly responsible) If (1) the un-insured driver is a minor and you are their parent or guardian (2) you are the owner or part-owner of the vehicle they are driving (3) the un-insured driver is on your insurance. Other than those factors, you would not be responsible for them.
Ne-Yo lives with his mother Ne-Yo lives with his mother
The responsible are the people who lives on the past!
I am an Insurance Broker - dependant upon where you live, your son's accident will be covered, either by your policy (considering you have adequate coverage, or his mother's, considering her coverage) Here in Canada, no-fault allows our own insurer to cover the vehicle, no matter the driver.