If you are mowing your lawn and the mower hits a rock that breaks a window of a passing vehicle who is responsible for the damage?
If a person I hired is mowing my yard and the mower hits a rock that breaks a glass in my storm door is he liable?
If you were driving the car, who would you think is responsible? Your mower threw a rock that broke an innocent driver's windshield. Of course you are responsible! Be a man, accept that responsibility, and fix the car!
If your at fault in an accident there is no damage to your car but the others how much do you have to pay?
If you are at fault in an accident, You are responsible for any personal injuries and the reasonable cost of repair for for the damage to the other vehicle that you hit. The level of damage to your own vehicle does not mitigate the cost of the damage to the vehicle you hit. After all you still caused the damage and you are responsible for it.
If you are forced off the road and your truck hits and breaks through the walls of a building is removing your truck from the building property damage liability or is it part of the physical damage?
Is a trucker responsible for damage resulting from a big rock or product that falls off the truck and injures or does damage to another vehicle or person?
Is an insured driver on your policy responsible for damages that they have not repaired on your vehicle?
== == In the event that you got into a car accident and it was not your fault but the other driver's, if he is insured, his insurance company is liable to pay for the damages of your vehicle. On the other hand, if the other driver is not insured, your own insurance company, provided you have a policy regarding uninsured or underinsured drivers, will be responsible for the damages your vehicle has incurred. They…
If you are driving personal vehicle for work purposes and had a car accident and you were at fault is the employer responsible for repair of damages to the vehicle?
If you own a vehicle that you are not using can you loan it to a friend for an extended period of time and let them carry the insurance?
If a car is illegally parked on a private property and is hit by the property owner's vehicle while backing out Is the owner still responsible for the damages?
This is one of those questions that the answer depends on who you talk to. As a repo agent I have tried to find the answer and it has been difficult. I believe the answer is yes, but if the repo agent damages the car he is moving then (of course) he is responsible, just like he would be responsible for damage caused to a vehicle he was repossessing.
If an insured motorist hits an uninsured vehicle and the insured motorist claims it is their fault who will pay for the uninsured vehicle?
If an uninsured driver in Massachusetts hits a car in front of him and that car hits other cars in front of him is the uninsured driver responsible for the damage of all the cars in the accident?
An exact answer for this question is not possible without a lot more information, but I will try to give a partial answer in order to get this answer started. The actual and final answer will depend on Massachusetts LAW, AND investigative revelation of the true circumstances of the incident. Many years ago I was an auto insurance adjuster in Washington state, and have lived in Texas over 50 years. Based on my experiences, and…
If someone cuts in front of you hits their brakes and spins their car but there is no damage and no one is hurt are you responsible in any way?
As the co signer for a leased vehicle am i responible for damage to the vehicle when the lease agreement is up?
If a water heater breaks in an apartment is the renter responsible for damage caused to the apartment floors or ceiling of the apartment below?
What if you drove another friends car and while backing up you cause slight damage to the drivers side of the car Who is responsible your deductible is 1000 and the estimates are 842?
The insurance follows the VEHICLE not the driver. The coverage that is on the vehicle will apply. IF the damage is under the deductible...this may want to be paid out of pocket. Who should take responsibility...well, that can be argued, but usually a friend dhould offer to pay the damages as they did the damage. YOU caused the damage, YOU are responsible to pay to fix it, out of your OWN poocket. It is called…
If an uninsured car parked on a city street is stolen and involved in an accident is the owner responsible for damages?
no, you are not responsible in anyway for anything that a thief does with your vehicle during the time the thief has your vehicle......now, since it was uninsured you of course have no coverage for any damage etc. to your vehicle but contact the pros. atty in your city (assuming thief was caught) and ask for restitution...........
You were involved in an accident with your dads automobile and he has only liability insurance and you are not on the policy who is responsible?
If 'you' were at fault, or there was no other party involved (ie: backing into a pole..), then 'you' are. Even if 'you' were on the policy, it only covers damage to other vehicles/property/people, no coverage for dmg to car itself. If the vehicle was in the care, custody, and control of someone given permission to drive it, then that someone is responsible for any and all damage to the vehicle.
Yes, he can cause damage, but then he has to pay for it. In the majority of cases if the vehicle property is damaged the lender is responsible. not the repo agent. Repossessing agents in the majority of states are required to have a "hold harmless" agreement signed by the lender/lien holder. This releases the repo. agent from being responsible for any damages incurred to the vehicle or other property.
Is the policy owner or the auto owner responsible if a party not listed as driver wrecks the auto in Alabama?
Ultimately the vehicle owner is responsible, but not sure I understand how the owner is also not on the policy? If you could be more specific I could be of more assistance. The policy covering the vehicle (regardless of the owner, subject to exclusions), will cover, thus be responsible for the vehicles damage and actions.
■A restaurant checks your coat but your ticket states they are not responsible for loss or damage ■A parking lot agreement where the parking lot says it is not responsible for loss of contents or damage to the vehicle ■A drycleaner who says they are not responsible for changes in the color or texture of the garments ■A provision in a lease where the landlord says he is not responsible for damage, injury, or loss…
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.
Is an individual golfer or the golf club responsible for damage if a ball hits a car on a road passing the golf club?
It all depends, if you are playing on a golf course as a member you will most likely have insurance, if you are a visitor, again insurance will most likely be built into the green fee. If you have paid insurance with the club you will be covered, and the insurance policy will cover any damage. If you however have not taken out insurance you will be responsible for the damage, as personal insurance policies…