What's worse is what will happen to people who get into an accident without insurance. Having an accident without insurance almost always means that your drivers license will be suspend. Let's say you are involved in a car accident without insurance, the other person has the right to have your license suspended until you post a bond for the amount of claimed damages or you go to trial, even if the accident report places the blame on the other person. This could take years! Again, if you get caught driving, you will get ticket for driving with a suspended license.
If you cannot pay the fines or post a bond, Croke & Croke has solutions for you. Filing a bankruptcy will get your drivers license (DL) back. To get your drivers license back after suspension for traffic fines, you usually need to file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. To get your drivers license back after suspension for an accident without insurance, you usually need to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
Recently, NPR did a story about how this effects people in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin. Check out the story at NPR's Website.
Originally posted 1/05/15