"Who had the green light?" is a question the police officer will ask. It's also a question an attorney will ask when deciding whether to accept you as a client.
You answer "I had the green light!"
You later learn from the police report that the other driver also claimed to have had the green light at the time of the accident.
Who's right and how do you prove it?
Do you think I can answer this in just one article? No, but I will give you some useful information that will suggest how to determine this.
Many intersection collisions involve the question of "Who had the green light?"
If you had the green light, the other driver would likely be responsible for the accident and the injuries you suffered. If the other driver had the green light, you might be unable to recover any compensation for your injuries. That is why it is crucial to be able to determine who had the green light.
Here's a brief overview of how we piece this together...
Here are some sample questions I need to ask you:
Learning the answers to these questions will provide me with an insight and understanding about who had the green light.