==Complex question== There are a lot of unknowns in your question. One is left to wonder why you wouldn't eagerly call the police and/or file a report yourself after the other party (call him Party B) fled the scene, whether you were required to or not. One can only assume that there was little or no damage to your vehicle. We can also assume that the configuration of the accident was not favorable to Party B, which is why he was in a hurry to scram. (Or perhaps he wasn't where he was supposed to be at the time of the fender-bender and didn't want an official police report to document his location.) Whatever the case, if there was visible damage to Party B's vehicle, then you should have been concerned about potential reports and claims -- false or accurate -- he could make against you. But to try to answer your question, you may still be liable for the damage you caused to Party B's vehicle, but his fleeing the scene may mitigate substantially his claim against you because, by leaving, he assumed the risk of something happening to his car -- and intervening event that would break the proximate-causation chain. Further, leaving the scene of an accident with visible damage is a criminal act in some states and is, per se, negligent, which may also militate against him.
The driver of the borrowed car, if at fault, would be liable in this case. If no report is filed, either with the police, or their insurance company, most likely no one would be held liable.
Police are liable for the damage that they do to your car. You can file for damages against the police department to get your money.
If no drugs were found and you were aquitted completely, then they are liable for damages.
No, but they can write "refused to sign" if they like.
The criminal refused to cooperate with the police
The person who hit you if it wasn't your fault.
The insurance adjuster denied Mack's claim, stating that according to the police reporting naming Mack as the cause of the accident, they were not liable to pay his claim.
yes,........ tickets are only issued if the police observe an infraction
you are held liable by the local police jurisdiction in your area of travel with the motor vehicle ... please consult the local police department
Normally with your local police department.
flordiaAnother View: Since statistics on this VERY loosely categorized grpup of persons are not required to be kept - it is extremely doubtful that the above answer can be substantiated.
Hopefully a police report was filed at the scene of the accident where you were allegedly hit. (?) Ask to see the owners police report of the accident where they claim you hit them. Always have a police report when any accident occurs - even if the car got a tiny itty bitty ding. An accident is an accident, and to protect your rights, you need to call the police and have that police report filed. If none of that exists, then it becomes your word against another persons and can only be solved in a courtroom. In normal situations, the vehicles owner is held liable for the actions of anyone who drives their car.
The police if they have something with the persons scent the dog sniffs it and if they dont have anything the police dogs just sniff the clues and find them.: - ]
Yes, you must pay for your violations regardless of financial status.
the officer may be liable for monetary damages.
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....
Your local police department
I think it can depending on what is happening to that person and the car.
Unless the dog unnecessarily damages persons or property, which is unlikely, you won't have much of a case.
No. Police officers are paid an hourly wage or flat salary. They do NOT get a "commission" on fines that are levied on persons they arrest or cite.
She was forced off after she refused to move to the back of the bus and the police were called.
The man refused to interact with the police officer because he insisted he was not speeding. Also a sentence is: The Boy likes to interact with his video games. Another one is: The tiger never interacts with other animals.
"A police officer was magistrate for violating his rights in entering a persons home".