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I Was At Fault In a Car Accident. What Can I Do?
I Was At Fault In a Car Accident. What Can I Do?

If you are in a car crash, the police officer who investigates your accident does not have the final say about which driver is at fault. Furthermore, the officer may not testify about what he was told by the people involved in the crash. This rule (auto accident privilege) ...

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    If you are in a car crash, the police officer who investigates your accident does not have the final say about which driver is at fault. Furthermore, the officer may not testify about what he was told ...

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