my 28 year old brother was said but not proven to be the dri

by selena.callan » Mon Aug 10, 2009 04:49 pm

my parents don,t own much and in a panic in case they take their home both men had been drinking a on the night in question, it was said the other man was driving due to the way their bodies were found but an eye witness who never saw the accident but saw them prior to it said he saw my brother driving even though the glass on the car was totally blacked out an

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Posted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 05:26 pm Post Subject:

Was there insurance? As a 28 year old, your brother is an adult and in no way are your parents responsible for his actions. What happened with the accident?

Posted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 05:52 pm Post Subject: brothers accident

the two men were out for a game of pool and on the way home speed got up and they lost control, no other car was involved To my family it didn,t matter who was driving even when we thought it was the other man at the end of the day they were two grown men who made their own decisions and no amount of compo would bring my brother back its a pity the other family didn,t think the same instead of opening a can of worms 6 years later thanks for your help

Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:10 am Post Subject: insurance

WOW!! I don't know what kind of 'coment' to say, with THIS post. Gosh..I'm really sorry about your loss. OP, you said "6 years later?" I'm just curious, someone in YOUR family, or the OTHER family trying to 'resolve' this accident, NOW? You are right about amount of money will bring a family member back. Too many families thin some kind of 'comp' money would put some 'ease' on the situation. I'm very close to my me, they are 'priceless'.

Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 01:01 am Post Subject:

If there was insurance then I highly doubt the insurance company would not look further into this inncident before paying any type of claim. If they do find your brother at fault then they will have to settle for whatever amount the policy held since your brother is no longer here.
I hope you and your family do not have to go through too much more stress and this all can be resolved quickly.

Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 11:33 pm Post Subject: accident

I agree with FIREYONE!! I know the family wants this nightmare to be overwith. However.....I'm sure you would like 'closure' as well. I know a similiar situation that was held up in court for a long period of time....I'm not sure why, however.

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