Asked by Nadine on 16-09-2020 11:34:42
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
My Fiance got into a car accident a month or 2 back. He drove into a poll trying to avoid the other car that was pulling out of the drive way without warning.. For some reason, according to the people from the other car, he hit their car as well.
He hit his head pretty hard against the steering wheel and was dizzy from impact. He needed some help as he couldn't even walk straight. They are now claiming that he was drunk as they have a video to prove it and want 31 Thousand for damages to their car.
I have images of their car as well as my fiances car. His car is currently still in the fixing process as its taking him this long to get it fixed.
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 18-09-2020 10:24:58
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If he was not drunk, he must not admit that he was drunk! That is important!
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