Re: Due to Improper Notice, Do I Have a Chance in Court
If you failed to notify of your change of address (as I'm sure is required by Penn. law), then not receiving the notice is not going to be a defense. If you did provide notice of change of address within the required time, you might get some leeway...but no promises.
I suspect that the suspension is for failure to notify regarding the new insurance - not for being uninsured. Meaning, even though you were insured, you failed to notify and, therefore, are still in violation. However, you should be able to get the suspension lifted after jumping through some hoops, providing evidence that you were never actually uninsured, and probably paying some processing and reinstatement fees.
Hummm...any advice on this one will have to come from someone else. I can't even guess.
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