There have to be conditions on if you get arrested or not. If you are driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, the chances are very high that you would go to jail. If it was just an accident that you were At Fault, not likely to go to jail.
In the United Kingdom that would be at one of Her Majesty's Crown Court's. In the United States that, I believe, would be either a State or a Federal Court, depending on the issue It all depends on where you are from, usually it would be quite a high standing court
The best places to go for accident claim advice will depend on the type of accident. For car accidents there are several attorneys who specialize in accident claims.
i bet it is different from state to state but no you cant go to jail for expired tags you can get a ticket. but if your tags are expired and you put a year sticker that dose not belong you can go to jail for fraud.
no.not if its a car accident
no unless your not apart of a the program
then they go to jail and pay lots of money!
An accident with possible injuries and death. If you have an accident while texting and someone dies as a result of this you can be charged with negligent homicide and if convicted go to jail for a long time.
You don't go to jail for being sued. If the suit is successful, you may be forced to pay damages caused by your actions (or accident).
Yes,, You may be subject to arrest if you are operating an uninsured vehicle while involved in a traffic accident. This is often at the discretion of the responding officer.
When in a road traffic accident the person is able to claim compensation for losses or injuries caused by the accident. The person is also able to ask for compensation for financial losses, which would be, for example, that he/she was late for work because of this accident.
Depending on the severity of the injury a chiropractor or physiotherapist may be help with the recovery from a weight-lifting accident. However, for more serious injuries caused by lifting weights a trip to the hospital would be in order.
you woul go to jail.
You go to jail and get a criminal record also your car gets taken away and when you do get a license you get points for previous accident.
You can certainly get in serious trouble for having your vehicle uninsured.
You need to go to the CDC and FBI websites.
"are my minor children entitled to compensation for being passengers in an accident that was not my fault. ? they were bruised up. no major injuries." Certainly they are entitled to compensation if they were injured. The amount would depend on the severity of the injuries and if they received any medical treatment. If you are in an auto accident and have any injuries at all always go immediately to the emergency room. If you do not the insurance comapny will try to say you were not injured. lwpat