Well, it would be your insurance that covers the damage, and it depends on what type of coverage you have. You should ask your insurance rep. No, you are not automatically At Fault merely because you were ineligible to drive at that moment. However, you may have a hard time proving that your DWI had nothing to do with causing the collision.
medical payments to others is no fault coverage - it makes no difference if the person is intoxicated or not
The person who causes the accident is at fault
The question posed assumes that I was in an accident in which the other person was at fault. Although you (the person posing the question) admit to being intoxicated at the time, what needs to be clarified is your relationship to the accident. First, are we talking about three people (me, the other person, and an intoxicated you) or just two (you and the other person)? Second, were you a driver of one of the vehicles? a pedestrian? Third, perhaps, is: 'How did I get involved in the accident?' Finally, what is the substance of your question? For starters, are you asking about criminal law or civil liability.
The other driver's fault. He or she should have paid attention.Another View; IT DEPENDS. If you opened the door to a traveled lane and it was struck by passing traffic - YOU are the one at fault.
Not enough detail here to determine fault
The customer's lawyer is going to say the restaurant is responsible but there are many factors to take into account. If the customer was visibly intoxicated the restaurant might be liable.Serving another drink to a person already visibly intoxicated would leave the establishment at at least some fault. HOWEVER, there are many people who do not show that many signs of intoxication and it is not up to the restaurant to determine the patrons level of inebriation.Truly, the fault lies with the drinker as he is the one that drank the drinks. Each action has consequences and drinking to much is 99.9% the fault of the drinker.
The person pulling out of the driveway is at fault.
No,the vehicle will not be covered.
In most situations, it would be the car who was driving through. However, the insinuation here is that you are in a parking lot on private proprety, in which case in most states it would be a no-fault accident, in which case both drivers would be responsible for their own damages.
The person who ran the stop sign is at fault
The fault is at the person who opened the door. The person pulling in. They should of know you were coming out the car and waited then park.
it is both of their faults because the person who was backing up should have look more carefully and the the other car should check where they are going
The person who is at fault in the accident is liable for the damages. If they have an insurance policy to pay on their behalf then the at fault person may not have to pay out of their own pocket for the damages. However if the at fault person has no insurance then they are personally responsible for the damage caused. In the case where the at fault person has no coverage and the not-at-fault party did not carry Collision or UMPD coverage then the only option may be to take the at fault party to court and attempt to get them to pay. Good luck.
The fault of the one who backed in to you, unless you made a very unpredictable, unnecessary stop.
The person who hit a parked vehicle is at fault.
A Narcissist NEVER makes any mistakes. It is always the fault of another person is done TO him not BY HIM so that he will look to be at fault.
It is the car behind you, that person is at fault.Another point of view.It depends who is at fault. And all 3 of the people involved's insurance companies will be investigating this. - The person behind may not have been concentrating.- The person in the middle may have accidently stalled.- The person in front may have accidently stalled or driving too slow in proportion with the rest of the traffic.
RAID 1 is the most fault tolerant, as all drives have to fail to lose data.
You are! For not being cautious when reversing on to a road. You should make sure that it is safe and clear when reversing, if you hit another car it is your fault and not the person that is driving on the roads fault.
it is the person coming out of the parking space
the person who shut the door plain a simple