i have no insurnce at the time of the accidant in ky state it no foult state i mist paying by two days the accidant was miner speed limet 5 to10 mph

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i have no insurnce at the time of the accidant in ky state it no foult state i mist paying by two days the accidant was miner speed limet 5 to10 mph

police report says both car traviling west .in one way street .the car in front off me was slowing for the traffic . my car did not stop in time to avoid striking . the guy says that he had been seeing a chiroprctor for severl months and he was not sure how his back would feel tomorrw .there was no tickit for the accidant my car damge was verey minerand his car is miner in the lift back bumper.i have picture off it ,there is no low sout yet ,i dont no if i can aford this well fix his car to any cost it only a bumper but i cant aford lowyer i make 400 dollar a week at work .his

Asked on May 12, 2009 under Accident Law, Kentucky

Answers:

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

Answered 12 years ago | Contributor

It appears that you are responsible for the accident and you caused some minor damage to the vehicle in front of yours.  If, as you say, you have no insurance, you will need to pay for the damages on your own if the other driver or his insurance company asks you to.  Be sure to ask for a couple of repair estimates from body shops.  If you don't have the money, try to work out a payment plan so you can pay a little bit from each pay check.  Good luck.


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