It depends, so here are some scenerios:
If there are several cars parked in a private driveway and you back-up or start speeding out of the driveway and hit another car then you are responsible for hitting the other car.
If you were speeding on a road and turned a curve and ended up on someone's property you are responsible for the damage done on their property and that includes ripping up gardens, grass, crashing into any part of that home or uprooting trees.
If you were on private property and someone else hit you causing you to damage that property then it would be the other person that is responsible.
The At-Fault motorist (via their insurance) is liable for damage to property.
It should unless there was some illegal activity that had occurred and you had the proper coverages. There is no difference in a private property accident or a public street accident when it comes to paying claims.
The person that is responsible for the accident.
The owner of the car is liable for the accident itself and the damage. However, the insurance company might have to pay for it, depending on the owners insurance cover.
doesn't matter if an accident was on private property. get a police report immediately. this will be used to determine fault, if any.
The fault lies with the vehicle that cause the accident. When someone borrows a car, the car owner can be liable because the allowed someone to drive the vehicle. Often this type of accident has to be sorted out in court.
i was rear ended in a 3 car pile up on the highway, whos insurance is liable for my car repairs
Who is the owner of the car your adult daughter was driving, you or her? If you, you can both be liable. Her as the driver, and you as the owner of the vehicle
yes.......usually only thing private property has to do with claims investigations is make it more difficult, as no police report will generally be written......if your son is negligent and liable for the loss, he is....private property or no........on your property or not.......if he is negligent, he is negligent and will be liable (you as the gaurdian) for the loss........more info is needed for me to help.......facts of loss...your vehicle or another? who owns vehicle? permission or not to drive? etc....
Yes you are
the person that owns the car
Honestly, not totally sure about your state, but in most...if there is no damage and it happens on private property, then it is not considered an accident.
Typically the person that rear-ends the car is the driver sited for the accident. Usually, for following too closely. It is very rare that the front driver is sited and/or held liable for the accident.
Yes, if you leave the scene of an accident then you will have to prove that you did no damage.
Property damage liability car insurance will cover the individuals car and property that you hit. It will not cover anything to do with your vehicle if the accident is your fault.
The friend who took the car and got into the accident, if the accident is caused by the car's un-roadworthiness.
Depends on your condition
Of course. In fact, place of incident DOES NOT MATTER. The fact is you hit their car on your property, even though whether or not it was your property has nothing to with it. You made the contact, therefore you are liable.
it might be considered as a hit and run or destroying private properity.
You could be held liable for the accident since you were driving intoxicated.
They can sue you both. One your friend is the driving and responsiable for the accident and two you own the car. Better get your check book out.
Probably the owner of the car. The car owner was traveling with it, and it got in the accident. now, if the owner was in the car, probably the owner of the horse would be responsible.
Yes, private property does not obsolve you of your responsiblity.