What if I was driving without a license when another car hit me?
In Kentucky, whether or not you had a valid driver’s license is immaterial to the facts of the collision unless your license has been suspended due to your mental or physical ability to operate a vehicle. The Kentucky Supreme Court’s Opinion in Rentschler v. Lewis held that it was immaterial that an otherwise innocent driver did not have a valid driver’s license.
If you were driving without a valid license but did not contribute to the cause of the collision, you are still entitled to compensation for the damages sustained in the wreck. Our experienced car accident attorneys have the experience to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to ask questions about your Kentucky car accident.