Can anyone still be responsible for an accident 10 years ago, when they ended up being sued by an insurance firm but never paid for it?
This question had been asked before, but I didn’t have the information that I had right now. My son was involved in a car accident in 2012 when he was in his early twenties, where the rear end of another vehicle. Since then, he hasn’t had a driver’s license. I eventually discovered his case online, and it’s an insurance firm that filed a lawsuit against him at the beginning of 2013. It reads: “Plaintiff is subrogated inequity and contract to the amount spent on behalf of his insured”??) (It also reads: “Plaintiff further states that the Defender (my son) is indebted to the Plaintiff in the amount of $3,900.05 That amount is now due and due and remains unpaid. That there are no credits or deductions due thereon; the claim for payment has been made and denied. So, is my son already responsible for this, or is there a restriction statute?