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It is illegal to drive without a valid license and valid current vehicle insurance and if driving unlicensed / uninsured results in an accident and property damage, then unlicensed / uninsured driver will be responsible for any damages to the other driver's vehicle, regardless of which driver was at fault and once the judgment is obtained against the unlicensed / uninsured driver, the driver's license would be suspended until the uninsured / unlicensed driver pays the judgment amount in full or settles it for less with the judgment creditor.
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Thank you for your follow up.
I have provided you with correct and accurate answer, if there is a judgment that is related to an accident, then the judgment debtor's driver license will be suspended until the judgment debtor pay off the entire amount of the judgment or settles with the judgment creditor and obtains written satisfaction of judgment.
The reason most local lawyers would not handle similar case, is not because of how old the case is, but because there is not much that can be done under the law, aside from paying the judgment amount or negotiating a settlement.
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