In this case, we alleged that the defendant came upon stopped traffic and decided to pass the stopped traffic on the right. Problem was, the stopped traffic was stopped because a bicyclist was crossing in a bike crossing way with signs that said "when bike in walkway, you must stop."

Defendant missed those signs!

We pleaded that the defendant pled guilt to the offense in court.

Did USAA agree with that?

Heck no. The defense never agrees with anything.

Here's our pleading.

Here's their answer:


Pure doubletalk. We alleged he pleaded guilty and the defendant says "I don't have enough information to answer that allegation.

If not he, then who?

Who is driving up the cost of insurance? Who's being honest?
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