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If someone is driving your car and they hit a pedestrian who is at fault?


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Answered 2011-09-12 21:30:40

I believe it could be both persons fault. If you're driving and someone decides to jump in front of your car it's not you fault. If you're driving and aren't being careful or just can't stop in time, than it's your fault.

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