Sometimes the law can be wrong
I haven't been on here so much lately, if anybody noticed. I've been working longer hours and applying for higher-paying jobs (well, the best a 17 y/o can do). The reason behind this is that I am being sued.
Not too long ago I arrived at a 4-way stop sign. I stopped (duh), I was the only car currently at the stop sign so it was my turn. When I made my turn I heard the loud sound of someone slamming on their brakes behind me. I checked my rear and saw the car responsible make its way part-way down a ditch.
When I rolled my window down to see if they were okay, I heard one of them say "I'm going to kill that white boy." I instinctively put the pedal to the floor. At the time I was at an end of town I'm not normally in, I didn't know the roads too well and simply made the first turn I could. Apparently they tailed me and the turn I took was the wrong one. It soon became a dead-end and I was surrounded by four angry men.
In a panic, I told them that I worked at Pizza Hut, so as to imply that I have no money. Though they didn't file a police report and there were no witnesses to this accident, they are attempting to sue me.
They are lying about the road we were on and are trying to pin me with "failure to yeild". When in truth, they didn't even stop for the sign. I don't think it's fair that their account holds any weight. It's bias, I tell you. There was no police report filed. I shouldn't lose...right?