It depends entirely on the damages to your car. If your insurance company finds the other driver At Fault, an adjuster will inspect your car or you will be instructed to visit a mechanic for an estimate. If you go through the other driver's insurance, you will be issued a check in the amount of the estimated repair cost. If you go through your own insurance, you will be covered for that amount, with the exception of the deductable, which you will pay.
well when he said "it wasnt my fault" and then puts "i love you", i would think he is showing that your supposedly at fault but he still loves you.
Obviously the person driving behind you would be at fault.
Love isn't a choice, it's just what we feel. It wasnt his fault if he fell in love, but it is his fault if he does something about it.
Well, unless you have an excuse YOUR at fault. it would be your fault because you are supose to do a total check arouond your vehicle before you get in
This depends on the situation, but if you were stationary, not moving and he hit you, he would be at fault. In most cases if the other motorist hits you from behind it is his fault, as you must maintain full control of your vehicle at all times, and if he hit you from behind, that was not the case.
The rear car would be at fault for not making a safe pass.
ummm... i guess soo... cuz its ur fault u parked there?
If the check is for the damage to the car, it would go to one of the registered owners. If the check is for injuries, it would go to the injured party.
Normally the car that hit the other car is going to be at fault. The vehicle behind you was obviously too close and was not following at a safe distance that would allow him to stop if you did. The police should have issued him a ticket.
No, why would they be unless it was a company vehicle? If it was your fault, your companies insurance would pay, if it was someone elses fault, they would be held responsible. No reason to pass off blame to someone who wasnt in the car with you, should have been paying attention.
The car in the back is usually at fault in a rear end collision. The only exception would be if the car in front were backing up. The car in back is at fault for hitting you ,but if you are pushed into the car in front of you you are at fault for hitting that car.
The check engine light would illuminate and the code set would help lead you to which sensor is at fault.
Because the computer has detected a fault and turned it on.
Trouble code P0700 means: Automatic Transmission Control System Malfunction You need to check the TCM for codes
No even if they did hit you it would be the fault of the person who hit the other becaue they were following to closely.
For the most part, when involved in a vehicular collision where you are struck from behind by another driver, the other driver is considered legally at fault, and their insurance would be who pays for any expenses as covered. Some insurances require you to pay fees regardless of fault, however.
because if it wasnt then mr Jiggles would get us all! because if it wasnt then mr Jiggles would get us all!
Its a very touchy subject i recently played in a tournament and went behind the net to get the puck and checked a player resulting in a injury . they didnt know what to call. i was assesed a major and game misconduct for boarding . im guessing if the player wasnt hurt it would be okay.
It would depend on the serverity of the crash. Check with your insurance agent for advice.
if you were in reverse, then you would be for not being aware of what was behind you when you started to move.
The distributor gear is off by 1 tooth, you probably recently have a a timing belt.
Generally, who ever is in reverse should yield the right of way. But if I was the claims adjuster for the insurance company with what you say (trying to sneak behind you) I would find him partially at fault. Although if he didn't see you were backing or you had no turn signal on, you would be the one at fault.
He would be an actor.
Assuming you have signalled in good time that you are turning right,most would agree that the fault lies with the car behind-who should have left enough distance to slow down. This happened to a friend of mine-the other driver lied and said that he did not signal,and changed lanes without warning.He was a convincing liar and won the case.So take nothing for granted-even basic facts can be dsputed.