Drive W/O Due Care Ticket After Crash
I am just looking for some information / advice and I am hoping you can help me.
My daughter was in an accident in a BC city in April 2017. She was travelling southbound and says she had a green light. The other vehicle was travelling eastbound and the driver also claims they had a green light. Now they collided in the intersection and both cars ended up facing east on the south side of the road beside the bank.
All air bags went off and fluid and steam were coming out of my daughters car, both her and her passenger got out of the vehicle as they felt they may be in danger if they stayed in. The passenger then called 911.
The constable on scene deemed my daughter at fault and issued her a Driving without due care ticket, which we are going to dispute.
We are from Alberta so I was unable to attend to the scene.
We have tried contacting the constable since and he has not returned our calls. Once we received the RCMP accident report, we noticed he has it noted that my daughter was making a left hand turn (not true).
Do we have grounds to dispute this? I feel that since my daughter was young and an Alberta driver, she was unjustly targeted at the scene and not listened to or taken seriously by the officer.