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If you hit a discarded object in the parking lot exit and it damages your car who is at fault and can you recover from the landowner?

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2005-12-08 04:15:04
2005-12-08 04:15:04

It is the drivers fault. It is commonly called "failure to maintain a proper lookout" And You will not be able to get anything from landowner unless you saw him standing there and throw the object at you.

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