I Do Not Have a Driver’s License. I was in an Auto Accident.

I am at fault and I have no license, what happens?

  • Civil – Because you are at fault for the accident, you are responsible to pay for the damages you caused. Not having a license doesn’t change things much in civil court.
  • Criminal – You could have a problem. A police officer could write you a ticket at the scene or at a later date. Not having a license on your person, not having a license, and driving with a suspended or revoked license are various infractions and misdemeanor charges which can be brought against a driver without a license.

If I am not at fault and have no license.

  • Civil – Not a civil court problem. You can still win a civil lawsuit and/or settle your insurance case with a good result.
  • Criminal – You could have a problem. A police officer could write you a ticket a the scene or at a later time.

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Christopher Sharpe is the go to attorney for injured persons. His law firm is helpful, honest, and knowledgeable about workers' compensation and personal injury law in the State of Washington. Chris has been helping injured Washington State workers for over 40 years. He has built his practice on thoroughly educating, honestly helping, and successfully representing workers throughout Washington State.

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