i was rear ended in a 3 car pile up on the highway, whos insurance is liable for my car repairs
You can expect to be found liable for any damages you caused. Whether the person you hit did or did not have coverage has no bearing on your fault or liability for the damages.
Call the police! :)
A yard at the rear of a house as we know it is most always considered private property. If someone treads upon said backyard without permission of the owner, it could be considered tresspassing, however if this person entering the backyard without permission is entering for the purpose of satisfying a breached contract for instance repossessing a vehicle that has numerous missed payments to return it to the title holder, most likely a bank or loan company, tresspassing would not prevail.
Typically the person that rear-ends the car is the driver sited for the accident. Usually, for following too closely. It is very rare that the front driver is sited and/or held liable for the accident.
A back garden is a garden towards the rear of a property.
dont its dangerous if someone who rides it dont its dangerous if someone who rides it doesnt know what the cue to rear is. leave it to the pros
Rear is you bottom, your hind end.
If you were not moving at the time of the accident then you are not liable, but your leaving the scene may post legal problems as a hit and run.
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