Received Dismissal Docket Notice on June 10, 2011 stating:
In accordance with Rule 165A, TX Rules of Civil Procedures
, the case as described above has been placed on the dismissal docket. the dismissal docket will be called at 1:30 PM on the 14th day of July, 2011 in the county Court At Law No. 4, Williamson County Justice Center, 405 Martin Luther King Street, Georgetown, TX. ....... Received from TX Department of Public Safety:
Order of Suspension..... Your TX DL and all motor vehicle registration receipts and license plates issued solely in your name, has been suspended and/or denied.....
happened on 11/29/2009 on a public highway. Minor (at the time 15 years old and no driver permit and no DL) drove father's truck (him sitting next to her... he suggested she drive) and the accident occurred.
Meanwhile, the then minor and now 19 is now on suspension and cannot drive. Does this dismissal notice mean nothing? The other persons' insurance
company is asking for $5800 in restitution
The suspended driver is a student and has no income to make restitution. Should the father not be totally responsible for this situation? Also, why after over 4 years is this now surfacing?