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We had a no fault car accident why is there a conflict of interest-?


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2014-02-26 12:52:01
2014-02-26 12:52:01

The conflict of interest is at a no fault. The sentence should read "We had no fault for the car accident".

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There is a conflict of interest because in most cases accidents are usually caused by human carelessness.

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It depends what the other person in the car accident was doing.

No. If the accident was your fault, you can not get money from the other person's car insurance.

You either get the at fault party or their insurance to pay or you have a wrecked car.

no one should be blamed. it is accident, and an accident is an accident.

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Yes - in UK law you would be considered at fault for such an accident. Please see the link below to see how to determine fault generally in a road traffic accident.

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Unable to answer - too little is known about the circumstances of the accident. Was the driver of the car you were in at fault? Was the driver of the other car at fault? Submit your medical claims to the appropriate insurance company and wait to be contacted for an offer.

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It depends on whether or not the car is stationary at the time of the accident. If your car is stationary and they stumble into it, then they are at fault. However, if your car is moving when they are hit then you're at fault.

You should find evidence or witnesses from the accident to give proof (testify) that the accident was not your fault. You could also go to court...

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Since car 3 was the initial cause of the accident, car 3 is at fault. If car 3 had not cut off car 2, car 2 would not have hit car 1, and if that was the case there would not have been an accident. As I said, car 3 is at fault. Hope this helps.

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I think you'll get your car impounded.(in the USA)

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