I was pulling out from my parking space and a car hit me who is to blame?
Depends on circumstances and speed of both drivers, but it is likely that you both bear some responsibility.
If you are in a car accident and you do not call the police but you exchanged information what do you do?
Who is at fault when there is someone pulling out of a parallel parking spot and a car changing lanes each other?
Who is at fault if you are pulling into a parking space and are more than halfway into it when another driver reverses and hits the rear right door of your car?
Who is at fault when you are pulling out of a parking space and the car next to you swings open their door and the you hit their car?
Do I need to stop when pulling out of a parking lot If there are clearly no cars coming in either direction?
Parking-lot accidents are dicey. According to a claim-agent buddy of mine, blame is almost never assessed fully to one or the other in parking-lot accidents. He says they frequently go 50-50 or, in a case like yours, 60-40. I know that seems unfair, because you would think that someone backing out of a spot would be more responsible than 60 percent. But he said that it depends on how far the backer had pulled out…
Who is liable if a passenger steps out of your car and bumps the car next to your car The car next to your car is parked over the line in your parking bay?
You backed into a car in an empty parking lot The person with the car chose not to park in one of the empty parking spaces but parked along side the ATM Does this help the person who backedinto thecar?
I doubt it. It was an empty parking lot. There was no obligation on the person parking to use one of the available spaces, unless there was a prohibition notice displayed which forbid parking beside the ATM. Even then, such a prohibition would be unenforceable if the parking lot is private land. For the driver of the parked car to have any 'blame', there would need to be a sign warning them that cars parked…
Who is at fault if a car pulling into an illegal spot is hit by another car pulling into a LEGAL spot?
Who is at fault when a person is pulling out of a parking spot and going slowly using caution and a car traveling the parking lot collide?
A vehicle traveling in a parking lot has established use of the lane and the right of way. A vehicle in a parking space and backing into the lane must yield to oncoming traffic. Therefore, if a vehicle is backing out of a parking space and pulls into the path of an oncoming vehicle that has already established the lane, the vehicle backing would be at fault for the accident. However, if the vehicle which…
Vehicle gets hit while pulling out of parking space by a car that is going backwards and hits the side of your car who is liable under new york law?
The person who stole the car is at fault. If you are trying to place blame on the parking garage, I suggest you read their parking agreement. I would bet they state clearly they are not responsible for stolen vehicles. If they do not, you may have a case. But you would have to prove they did not use reasonable care in protecting your vehicle. Do you not have insurance?
Who is at fault if you are in a parking spot and another car pulling in hits your door when you open it to get out?
How to calculate the number of car-park spaces needed for a university and is there any standard for it?
This is completely dependent on the space you parked in and the cars around you. OPTIONAL: If the hill is steep you will need to make sure that your car does not roll forward unintentionally by... 1. Applying pressure on the brake with your left foot if your car has an automatic transmission. 2. Applying brake pressure with the emergency brake if you car has a manual transmission. For parallel parking... 1. If there is…
My car is being damaged by a squirrel while parked in my rental parking space. Has happened twice in 2 weeks and has cost me over 300.00 dollars each time. Isn't my landlord responsible for damages?
Is the parking space a rental parking space, or is it the parking space for your rental apartment/home? In the case of the former, you have the right to ask your landlord for a different parking space, especially if you're the one paying its rental. In the case of the latter, unless that parking space is assigned to you -- that which you may ask to change -- then you need to park somewhere else…