Accident without auto insurance.

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Accident without auto insurance.

I live in North Carolina, I was involved in an
accident that was deemed at fault by me. I had
insurance on the car but it was cancelled due
to non payment which due to negligence on my
end I was in aware of. I’m more than willing to
pay for the dmanages to the car I hit just not
sure of the best course of action. I need to do
anything I can to not loose my lisence as I’m
the sole bread winner in the family. My fianc
stays at home with our child. Any help is much
appreciated.

Asked on October 1, 2016 under Accident Law, North Carolina

Answers:

S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

You will be contacted by the other party's insurance company with the property damage amount to that vehicle.
At that time, you can try to settle the case by making arrangements for payment.  
If the case is not settled, you will be sued for negligence.


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