Accidents that involve cars, buses, trains, aircraft, watercraft and miscellaneous vehicles.
Accidents that involve cars, buses, trains, aircraft, watercraft and miscellaneous vehicles.
Keep your vehicle in good shape, tires, brakes, mirrors, windows, lights. Drive defensively, maintain distance and obey speed limits. If conditions are poor, rain, wind, snow, dust, dark, adapt your driving - don't hesitate to go slower than posted limits. Don't drive unless you feel up to it, if you're tired - pull over and rest awhile. Drugs - don't drive at all. Keep your attention on the road, avoid fiddling with cell phones, radios… Read More
Accidents can happen in many different ways. wether its an actual accident, which most cases it is, but im talking about, you can be trying to avoid a car accident with one person and swerve and end up causing another. Most everyone is aware of their own driving and is told its not their driving that's the issue today but other people driving in the community that you have to be aware of which is… Read More
In 2009, there were 5.5 million collisions with 30,747 deaths. This is per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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It really just depends on the type of accident and severity of damage or when injury has occurred. Most accidents do not require a police report. Answer It is usually required. If it is a small ding type, less than $100 damage, there is usually no need. But insurance companies require a police report. And if you want to insure that there is no problem with a later lawsuit, it is a good idea to… Read More
Not likely. Scoliosis isn't usually caused by accidents, but of a birth defect showing up near adolesence and gets worse and more visable over time.
According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, there were 6,024,000 car crashes in the US in 2007, 41,059 fatalities, and 2,491,000 injured persons.
of course not! this is his sister michelle. my brother is alive and kicking!
Generally 2 years but it depends on your situation.
It is very common for people who have head injuries to show changes in mental capacity or in personality. Any sort of damage to the head might harm the brain, and that could kill parts which help you to think or help you to respond. Sometimes there is paralysis, which is when the nerves can no longer make the body move. Sometimes memories may be destroyed. In most cases, people who have had brain injuries… Read More
Most interstate highways were designed for the posted speed limits on those interstates.
If your head hits the windshield or some other hard object it could result in brain and neck injuries and possible paralysis. If the front of your vehicle is hit it could push the bottom part of the dash into your legs causing broken bones in your legs. A side impact could cause broken ribs. If your hands are on top of the steering wheel, the airbag could force your arm into your face, breaking… Read More
The situation varies according to Country, State, and Insurance Company. So no general answer can be given. Contacting your 'Citizens Advice Bureau' may produce advice. Good luck
Human casualties and fatalities. Life changing events to those suffering injury. High use of A and E departments and hospital costs. Use of police time in the investigations. Court times for those that have to attend as well as costs to the establishment. High insurance cost to cover damage/fatality awards. Infrastructure closures at time of incident and post incident for recover and investigation. Hold ups of traffic flow to divert around accident sites. Cost to… Read More
Yes. they use the department's official spirit phone line to contact them. The family who charged the person must sign consent forms though, because they may not want to disturb the dead family members.
no you have to make a claim for it to be regestered as a claim
The J.A.L one twenty-three was the biggest plane crash in Japan It crashed in somewhere near Mt Fuji (in a mountain near Mt Fuji) Whilst the above was the worst crash involving a single aeroplane with a loss of 520 lives the collision in Tenerife of two aircraft resulted in the loss of 783 lives
7000 x 25 = 175000 say every flight carries 113 people 175000 x 113 = 19775000 113/19775000 = 0.0000057 So every million people who fly on the plane, 5.7 may die However, the probability is almost definitely a lot less, doe to the fact the crash may have been in freak weather conditions, or other variables such as better safety procedures
A whole lot of accidents happen, here's a fact: 1,829 bikers were saved by their motorcycle helmets during crashes in 2008 - and almost 1,000 more could have been saved had they worn helmets. Here's another fact: One of three accidents happen due to drug abuse. The sad part is, now the law says we don't have to wear helmets. I hope this answered your question. Remember, if you have a motorcycle, wear a helmet… Read More
The best way would be to hire a debt collections or law firm to collect the judgment. They can typically be hired on a commission rate and cover all the costs in getting the debt paid. Another way would be to use one of those online people searching tools, however that would not give you access to things like credit report data.
Friday the 14th. not there is no certain day.lol
Look at where the tread edge and sidewall meet. You can see a bead that runs around the tire. It looks like a bad caulking job.
Usually well over 400 metres long,these ships are really floating warehouses.They are designed to carry goods already packed in huge metals boxs,6 or 12 metre long and 2.5 wide and 2.5 metres in height. The products are loaded into the containers at the factories,The larger container ships can carry over 6000 of these huge metal boxes at a time.
Consent for Medical report
Thousands of accident keep hapenning in the US almost every single day. The failure to react at times cause the accidents to happen. The primary purpose of accident investigations is mainly to understand what could be the cause of these accidents. With the help of the knowledge gained from the investigation, further accidents could be possibly prevented.
That all depends on the size of the train. i used to work on a small tourist train had 4 cars and a 3.5 ton loci it would have derailed the train. its our job as engineers to watch for things like that. as for a larger train such as VIA rail. i doubt it would have derailed the rocks probably would have shook off before the train even arrived
Hazardous materials in vehicles and rail cars are identified by the presence of appropriate placards on the sides and ends of the vehicles and rail cars, and by the HazMat entries in the Bill of Lading or other shipping documents.
16 to 24 year old male drivers. Crash reports show males in collisions far more often than females. A person who is distracted by doing anything other then just driving the car.
It really depends on the laws of your State and the policies involved. That being said, usually the policy on the car in question is primary in the resolution of any claim, and then the driver's policy would be in a secondary position.
No one will give the strength of a kingpin, but assume it to be at least as strong as a Grade 8 bolt, whose minimum yield strength is 130,000psi and whose minimum tensile strength is 150,000psi. The age of a trailer doesn't weaken the kingpin. However, most log trailers connect by pintle hitch rather than kingpin.
Although they have a history of inaccurate information DAC is so widely accepted by the trucking industry that very few companies don't use it.
It depends on where you live. Some states are no-fault, while others will place the fault on the car in the rear. Either way, you should both submit the crash to your insurance companies. The other driver has the choice of how she wants her vehicle repaired and can take it to a service center regardless of whether her husband can fix it. If you choose not to go through your insurance, she can sue… Read More
Make a claim under your own policy for uninsured and underinsured motorists. Call your own agent ASAP - do not deal with the other party as there is too much baggage there.
Depends where you live.
No car accident is minor (even one at 5 mph). You should see a Chiropractor so you don't have problems with your body later on (whether during pregnancy or 20 years down the road). You won't harm the pregnancy, but whiplash can indeed casue a longterm problem.
If the party who caused the accident is not located, then you probably will have to fork over your standard deductible.
Absolutely. The trooper did not see the accident and has to rely on what he observes at the scene and statements from witnesses. Answer Just because you were given a citation, it doesn't mean that you are at fault. Signing a citation it's an addmition of guilt, either. Go to court and fight the ticket, if you believe that it wasn't your fault.
Typically you have 30 days to file.
Yes. But a witness would be prefferred. You can tell your story in court if you get that far but the don't embellish it at all. Your lie will give you away.
8 years ago????? I think statute of limitations may apply here I definitely agree, it is highly unlikely that this could be a valid lawsuit. The one exception could be that laws governing SOL's for litigation action state the action must be filed before the SOL expires. There is a small chance that the suit was filed before the SOL expired and the court is only now setting a date for trial. The best option… Read More
yes,........ tickets are only issued if the police observe an infraction
It doesn't, unless the accident occurred while the person was driving a company owned vehicle and actually working on the job at the time of the accident.
You will only get the book value of the car at the time of the accident. It may not be enough to replace it, but that is how insurance works. If you have GAP insurance through your bank with your loan, then that insurance will cover the difference in replacing that particular make/model of car. This does not pay enough to replace the car. It will pay the remainder of your loan after the insurance… Read More
Take them to small claims court for the damages. If they didn't have permission, you should have reported it stolen and had them arrested.
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.
It should. If the "at fault" vehicle is insured, it's supposed to cover the victim's vehicle 100%. If the "at fault" vehicle has comprehensive and collision insurance that insurance is supposed to cover the at fault vehicle up to the deductable amount. Note that the drunk driver will loose his insurance and be required to get the VERY expensive DUI "insurance endorsment" since he/she is now in the highest risk bracket. BTW, when a drunk… Read More
If he was driving forward past his intended parking space to take yours, then he is at fault. Cutting across is not permitted in parking lots although many people do it anyway.
Well in 2 different states that I have lived and worked in the insurance follows the vehicle not the person. If someone is letting you borrow there vehicle then they are accepting responsibility for your actions, therefore the accident would be covered on there policy. Of course I would check with state laws to make sure.
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… Read More
I heard that u should, and if your personal insurance finds out that u were involed in a accident with a company car under company insurance ur insuance can be black list u. i could be wrong.
You and/or your insurance.
It actually means An unfortunate incident. Example: he met with an accident.
As a Broker I say it all the time to my clients - ALWAYS be sure who is driving your vehicle and vice versa... know about the vehicle you are driving IN. It is your responsability as a driver to acknowledge insurance coverage and ask/request proof. (yes, even from your bestest friend!) The fault therefore technically on the driver depending on fault issues as well.
It depends on the severity of the accident. If it's something that can reasonably be assumed to not cause future problems, there is no obligation. On the other hand, you are justified in being suspicious of that dealership. Your only real option is to tell everyone you know about the car and what happened. Let them decide if they want to do business with that dealership. There are lemon laws, check your state. However, if… Read More
Dependant upon WHOM the learner was insured with, who's vehicle he/she was driving, and the legalities such as "was there a licensed driver in the car at the time of accident"? all these things play a role. Contact a lawyer or your broker for a definite answer, but yes, in some instances, the parents can be liable.
It depends on your coverage & the state, but normally if you have full coverage your insurer will cover any accident you are in.
Here's the problem with that. Yes, you can prevent your insurance rate from going up (if, in fact, the rate would even be raised; it's not automatic after an accident.) But now you've entered into a verbal agreement with a total stranger. The other driver might demand more than you think is reasonable. You might not want to pay the estimated repair costs. The other driver may come after you later with further damages. He… Read More
If you're talking about submitting a rental claim to your insurance company to be reimbursed for a rental car you never rented, that's insurance fraud. It's a crime and you could go to jail. To answer your question, which was if one could do it or not, yes. Yes you could. Answer No insurance co will reimburse unless you have proof for any addittional expenses.
The driver, as he's the one who caused the damage. The driver of a vehicle, whether a juvenile or the owner of the vehicle, damages city property with a vehicle, that driver is responsible for damages. Should it go to small claims court, you may have to sue both the parent and the juvenile, as some states vary with regard to parental responsibility.
Any premature labor will have risks on the baby. It really depends on how far from your due date you are. Anything over 4 weeks early runs risks of respiratory problems. They also run risks of other problems such as eye problems due to the medications and treatments they need to give your baby to keep him alive. With respect to bumps while pregnant, your baby is very well padded where he is. He is… Read More
an ultra-sound.. you cant know by feeling it or physical evidence
I can not comment on the liability factors of this situation but as far as the 13 year olds consequences.......You will probably not be allowed to be licensed until you are 18 years old! Maybe even 21!!!!!! Sorry! Y-THINK-Y * Depending upon the state in which the incident occurred and the specific circumstances, the parents may or may not be subject to criminal charges. The parents can be and likely will be held totally liable… Read More
Answer Generally by the "book" value. Take into consideration and make mention of any excessive work or upgrades you made to the vehicle and tell the adjuster asap. MUST HAVE receipts to prove this! If you're speaking of inherent diminished value, then the only way the amount of value the car lost after being in an accident and repaired is to have an expert determine the loss in market value utilizing accepted appraising practices. Answer… Read More
The other car is at fault. If you couldn't avoid the accident and the other guy was in the wrong lane, he will be responsible for all damages.
Yes. The co-owner on the title is just as liable as a single owner would be. * No, the co-owner could not be directly sued for an incident of which he or she had no control over. The exception would be if the driver was a minor then his or her parents could be held liable. And obviously if it pertains to a married couple then both would be affected, to what extent depends upon… Read More
You as the driver will be considered the at-fault party, being that cyclists and pedestrians always have the right of way.
Assuming your friend has insurance, they would file a claim against the other insurnace company. If your friend doesn't have insurance, you'll have to pursue your firend civillay to recover damages. Insurance follows the driver, not the car, so it doesn't matter which state the accident was in.
I suggest you retain a lawyer. This child was in your care and should have been wearing a seat belt. I'm afraid you will probably lose this case depending on what State you live in as there are seat belt laws in many of the States now. * Good Advice, seek legal counsel as soon as possible and DO NOT discuss the accident with anyone else, especially those others who are involved. The matter of… Read More
Usually the health insurer will record a lien, and, as, that lien will have to be paid off. The amount of the lien may be able to be negotiated downward after you receive settlement money. * If you are validly insured then it is the responsibility of the insurer to cover those costs which are covered under the existing policy. that is why you pay insurance premiums in the first place. Depending on the circumstances… Read More
Liability is only to cover the other person. You might have to pay out of pocket for your son.
Yes.. but make sure you have good documentation with dates on the accident reports.
Depends on what state you are in.
You have to list the drivers covered to drive your car on the policy. If not he is not covered.
The owner of the car is responsible for the damages that car creates, regardless of who was driving. If there is a lawsuit, the insurance company is certainly going to enjoin the driver. And you need to read the insurance policy carefully to know whether they cover other drivers.
I knew a guy who got hit in the head with a horse shoe and died. So, that makes one at least.
i believe you can actually file suit against the driver and the owner of the vehichle so my lawyer told me
Usually an insurance company will declare a car totaled before salvaging it. Usually they will know what to do with the car after taking initial photos and if need be pay a shop to look over internal damages if any. How long this takes is how long it takes for the shop to tear apart your car. Typically there is no "time limit" associated as far as a car sitting in a shop is concerned… Read More
They're a juvinile right? They get a ticket (unlicensed driver) and probably will not be able to get their license until they're 18, maybe 20. If under age, the parents will probably be held responsible for the damage to the other car.
Yea, go ahead and file a report. That is exactly what you want to do after breaking the law. Such a person should ask his or her lawyer what are the trade-offs of hoping they'll never be caught and the reality of eventually being tracked down and losing their license for a very long time, in addition to the simple fines and damages he or she might have owed in the first place. Leaving the… Read More
No, judgments awarded due to personal injury or property damage are not dischargeable under bankruptcy law.
Each person that grieves marches to the beat of a different drummer, and no one should decide when and if this person has finished grieving. Some people never get over losing their mate and never remarry while others do. This husband and father not only has to get over the grief of losing his wife so unexpectedly, but has a great responsibility of raising young children. Young children also go through a terrible trauma of… Read More
If there is no other vehicle involved in the accident, then the only person who can be at fault is the underage driver.
The person who hit the house would have to pay for the damage but that person can go back to the person who hit him causing the accident in the first place. It would work the same way as a three car accident.
So long as you don't still owe money on the first car, I expect they would. I believe if you paid off the wrecked car, they may sell you another. They may require you get insurance before it leaves the lot.
When an insurance company settles with the other party, they ask for a signed release that absolves them or you of any further liability in connection with that incident.
If you have a vehicle/policy of your own or that you are rated on, then it more than likely will step in, (subject of course to any exclusions), the owner and driver both are responsible.
Your isnurnce will actually go down, not up, because you cant drive with a suspended license and you should cancel your insurance. If you drive anyway, your insurance will not cover you, so dont drive. if you have so many driving problesm just sell your car and take the bus or ride a bike.
There is a different Statute of Limitations in each State, so go to: www.google.com Ask: What is the Statute of Limitations regarding a car accident.
what damages? to the car? if the car is insured that insurer (assuming coverage is available) will handle that damage, if you mean you were injured driving an insured vehicle....it depends on a lot of things...more info regarding status of drivers, vehicle, fact of loss, etc.....and perhaps i can be of more assistance...
In Massachusetts the answer is YES. If more than one person is going to be driving your car then you have to have the appropriate insurance for that person. The laws do vary from state to state so check with your insurance company.
There is an extremely high rate of success with the information given in your case. It's all computerized and not hard to get this information in most cases. Wait a couple of weeks and keep phoning the officer you were talking too to see if they have found this person. If you weren't in touch with a particular officer then phone the police station and find out from there who was at the scene of… Read More
you get what you are due....to put you and your vehicle in pre accident condition nothing more nothing less......
As a Broker, AND this actually happening to me just last year, I can FOR SURE tell you YES. As long as your policy was still in effect until midnight of the expiry date, you are covered. eg. I had accident on July 2, and it was to be ceased on July 3rd. No joke! Talk about ironic and a piss-off to my insurer!
In this era of lawsuits, you can't.
You will be held personally responsible (assuming you were found at fault) for all costs attributed to the accident, have large fines, likely lose your license and any plates in your name.
you were the at fault driver for the simple fact that you did not have insurance. Which means you should not have been on the road in the first place. If you had'nt been on the road the accident would'nt have happened.
Fault does not really matter, the claim will go under the policy that the vehicle is insured under as long as the driver of the car had the owners permission to drive the vehicle. Be careful though, some policies are "named driver" policies and if the driver of the car was not listed in the policy, there may not be any coverage. If that is the case, and the driver has their own policy, you… Read More