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Old 02-13-2005, 01:02 PM   #31
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You know if the guy really wants to steal it he will,securing an item means more possiblity hes going to rip thru other items to get to it....
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Old 02-13-2005, 02:39 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by daytona
So basically the other guy was driving in the center turning lane while you tried to merge? there could be a issue if he says he was making a left hand turn into a street/mall and you cut right into him when you attempted to merge.I know this may sound chitty but injuries are not always real time,the victim may be walking around normally but injuires can mature in the latter time,,people are suing for any reason these days,I hope you get detailed reports and witnesses at the accident since this can haunt you later when that other driver files a lawsuit..
and to add fuel to the fire, the Statute of Limitations for a car accident is 2, the injured party has 2 years to file a claim...good luck!

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