Thank you for a your answer! The records I have created are: 1) informing insurance company right after the accident what had happened. The information given then is the same as in the all the following records, with more information added when the erroneus police report came, after the pictures of the two totaled cars were taken etc. 2) a letter to the officer and his superwiser, who wrote the report,(no answer from them of course). 3) an addendum - 3 pages - to the police report. 4) 9 pictures of the cars.
5) diagram of the functioning traffic lights in the intersection where the accident happened, created with the help of the City Transportation
Engineer. No changes, no lies, everything in congruency.
I appreciate your answer to the 11th hour story, but as you see in my March 31st reply, I had already records, which are now expanded in this reply.
You suggested "some perspective". I cannot accept being falsely in the record as a recless driver with the violation of CVC Section 21453(c), it is very serious. What if this happens another time: another car hits my car again, and the the ultimate result is the same? What kind of recless driver am I then, or is that the end of my driving
? I am trying to protect myself !
I cannot "wait and see what happens" as you suggested. Since I don't have any councel here, I am asking you, how does one get to the trial face?
Will there be a great problem when the both parties are insured by the same company?
Please just asume or know: a person is not a lier, and has the facts right. What advise would you give that person in the similar case?
Thank you, XXXXXCustomer