Can my son be sued for an accident that occurred when he was a minor?

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I was just served a complaint that was filed against my son as the sole defendant when he was 17 years old . He is now 19. Can he be sued alone as a minor? He was driving someone's vehicle which turned out to be uninsured at the time when he rear ended the vehicle that was driving in front of him. I can not seem to find an attorney to answer complaint from a defense side within the required 20 days so I am filing pro se. In that the 2 years to file a complaint has now run, can it be dismissed based on the fact that they are serving him alone and do not have him listed as a minor.

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