Hire a lawyer. They know how to go about with suing everyone. I hope that you are not too badly hurt. Good luck and God Bless:)
The injured party can file suit in the appropriate state court in the county in which the person At Fault resides.
The best choice would be small claims court as the filing fees and procedures are fairly simple, this is assuming you are suing the individual and not his insurance provider.
Contact the office of the clerk of the small claims court for specific information.
It is highly unlikely.
your auto insurance
There are a great many different private parking lot car accidents. This is the most common type of accident in fact.
No, although if you don't report it the insurance company typically won't pay for repairs.
In most situations, it would be the car who was driving through. However, the insinuation here is that you are in a parking lot on private proprety, in which case in most states it would be a no-fault accident, in which case both drivers would be responsible for their own damages.
The person who cuts across parking spots, it's illegal. If the parking lot is private property the damage caused in an accident is a civil matter not a legal one in most cases. Traffic laws do not extend to private property.
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Defining private parking lot is the question here... The jurisdiction extends if the parking lot is regarded as a public access way... i.e. a mall, a hotel driveway, restaurant parking lot. A true private parking lot is a lot where access is limited by invitation or a private residence.
None, private or not, fact is you hit the home and are responsible for any damages incurred to the motorhome, you were negligent in the operation of your motor vehicle. What would you "honestly say if it were your Motor home? Hmm~
When it comes to parking lots things get complictaed. In general Parking lots are private property, meaning that the rules of the road are not always in effect. Usually if an accident occurs and the police are called they will issue an accident report with the notation of cannot dissern fault, meaning they were not there at the time of the accident therefore they cannot tell who was at fault.