My question involves judgment recovery in the State of:PA
In 1988 I was in a car accident and didnt have insurance, I was 18 years old at the time. I was sued and had a default judgment filed against me in PA, this judgment was revived in 2000 and hasn't been touched since then. I went to the county clerks site and looked at the file, last anything has been updated is in 2000. I think I remember being served on the first one, in 2000 when they renewed it, the summons was sent to my father who wasn't speaking to me so I was never actually served when they revived it. He died several years ago. I was an absolute mess back then.
I moved out of state in the late 1990's to get my act together, I recently went to get my Nevada drivers licence renewed and came to find out that my NJ drivers licence is suspended due to this judgment, I had a NJ drivers licence when the accident happened.
The wierd thing is that this never showed up on any of my credit reports, I have immaculate credit. What I was wondering is this, is this considered a dormant/expired judgment? Can they still come after me? What would be my first step on getting my NJ drivers licence reinstated?