Can you sue the parking lot owner if you hit a car because the lot was overcrowded?
Accept responsibility for your actions. You hit a car because you either can't drive or you weren't being careful enough. That is your fault, not the fault of an overcrowded parking lot. Of course you can sue anyone for anything, but is that the proper thing to do. I think not.
A car has been impound can the car be return to owner if a payment arrangement is made with parking tickets plan?
The ticket is attached to the car, and the owner of the car. We loaned someone a vehicle of ours years ago, and she racked up many parking tickets at a college. Guess who was responsible for the tickets, the owner is. Unless the ticket is handed to you with your name on it, the owner is responsible.
Who is liable if you were parked in a parking lot during a snowstorm and your car was hit by a snowplow?
Car slides on ice in parking lot hits building cause is negelect of property owner who is at fault for damage?
This will depend on where the ice came from. If the owner or employee of the parking lot property deposited Ice on the lot and then left the lot open for public parking, one might construe owner negligence. If Nature deposited the ice on the parking lot, such as an Ice storm or freezing temperatures, then it is very unlikely that the property owner or the vehicle owner could be construed as negligent or at…
Who is at fault in a parking lot accident where one car was coming into the parking lot and then hit from the side by another car?
If an employees car is vandalized in the employee parking lot is the employer responsible for damages?
No, the employer is not responsible. Even if it is a private parking lot owned by the owner, it's no different than your car being vandalized and broken into at Wal Mart. Where you park is your choice at the end of the day, and the owner of the lot is not responsible for those that come onto the lot and commit crimes. There is no argument for you being forced to park there because…
Is it okay if you were coming out of a parking lot and accidentally hit a car but when you looked there was no damage to either car so you just left because the owner of the car was not there?
Technically the driver of the car is not responsible since It wasn't his intention. However as long as the driver communicate with the property owner and convince him about the situation. There are 2 scenarios : # If the property owner request that you move your car from the property ASAP, you are responsible to move the car by either calling tow truck or move the car yourself. If you deny it than you are…
You need to explain where you live so that we know the laws in operation and we need more detail regarding the issue. For instance in some countries fines for speeding or parking violations may be sent to the registered owner of the car even if the owner was not the offender. The owner will then have to say who was driving.
What if your Ex husband has incurred parking tickets but the car is registered in your name Is it possible to transfer the outstanding parking ticket debts to his name with his agreement?
If your car was hit in a parking lot while you were in the store is the parking lot owner liable in any way for your deductible?
Unfortunately not. The owner assumes no legal responsibility for what happens in the parking lot. You'll be responsible for the deductable, which is why we have insrurance; otherwise, the cost to fix your vehicle might be much more. You can check to see if maybe there's surveillance footage that might show what kind of car hit you. Particularly good cameras can often catch license plates. No. In a hit and run situation, you should file…
In a private residential parking lot with designated handicapped parking spaces can those spaces be restricted to residents only even if the guest has a handicapped placard?
Definitely yes. In many cases (such as the building I live in) the residents have to pay a monthly or yearly parking fee to the landlord or owner. Some of them may be designated handicapped parking spaces. A guest has no right to occupy the residents' paid-for parking spots. A private residential parking lot is private property, and the landlord or owner has the right to restrict parking as they see fit. A guest, even…
Here is the bottom line on towing laws in Richmond, Virginia. -- If you ask a towing company to tow your vehicle, no regulations apply. -- Property owners may get "trespassing" vehicles towed from their properties. Per City ordinance, there should be a sign telling folks that the parking area is for customers/residents only, and giving a contact phone number to get the car back. If the sign is not there, the parking lot owner…
Can a business owner be held liable for damage inflicted on customer car by hidden obstruction during parking or due to failure to provide standard parking barriers?
Technically yes. But is tough to win this one. You have to show that a reasonable and carefull person would have had the same trouble as you. You have to show it is reasonable that the property owner would have known this was dangerous. OR You have to show the property owner knew this was a danger. Proving someone else complained would do this.
Here is an example. Airports may have parking for cars in the perimeter area of the airport. However , this may not be large enough to cover the needs of travellers coming by car. There will therefore be car parking provided at some distance away where passengers can leave their cars and take a bus to the terminals. This parking is called "off site" parking because it is not actually on the airport site.
Who is at fault if you hit an illegally parked car that blocked you from coming out of a parking space?
From your question I am perceiving that you parked straight and someone came and parked beside you but the rear of their car is blocking the rear of your car. You would be at fault because you should have realized that you wouldn't have been able to back out. In that case you should have contacted the local police (don't call 911) to have them do something with the car if you are not able…