1) My son , #3 in line, does not yet have his motorcycle license. How much difficulty will he be in? (Note: he was riding my 2nd bike and the bike is insured).
A. He is liable for any damages foresee ably caused by his negligence (just like everyone else) and he may yet be ticketed for driving without a license.
2) Police asked for everyone's license but mine. Returned all licenses quickly. HE DID NOT GIVE OUT TICKETS nor did he say anything about 'fault'. He was mainly there to help EMS and clear the road. Question on this one is -- how likely is it he will issue citations or similar??
A. You would normally get a ticket the day of the accident if you were going to get one at all. That said, there's no reason that any responsible party still couldn't get ticketed.
3) My friends this morning were acting oddly (they all came to stay at my country home for weekend). Should I retain a lawyer and if so for what main legal risk?
A. There is no way that I can assess your need for an attorney based on the odd behavior of your friends--if you think about it, I'm sure that you will agree that is just not a fair question. That said, there's little harm in consulting with an attorney at this time. If you contact your county's bar association, they can make a low-cost referral. For now, just speak with an attorney so if your situation changes, you will have an attorney who is up-to-date on your situation and ready to act.