Yes, at least partially. If the moving car was being operated recklessly at the time it hit you, the other driver may also be partly liable.
Parking lot accident are the most awful claims to deal with. Unless you have witnesses or video of the accident. It is a case of he said/she said. Since all parking lot of private property, it is not a policy issue either. Most of these cases end up being a 50/50, 60/40, or 30/70 type of at fault claim. If you are ever involved in an accident in a parking lot, find witnesses and get their information! Also, check to see if there are cameras in the lot and get footage of the incident.
as a rule the car backing up is more responcible cause they should be being a lot more carefull and watchfull
The owner of the car is going to be held liable. And it won't do your daughter any good either, it will delay her being able to get a license.
If you are pulling into traffic, from a being parked, you have interrupted the flow of traffic. That's the tricky part about parallel parking; when to do it and how not to interfere with cars. But there is also a last chance clause; if a car sees you from a good distance away they should make every effort to stop, even if you are blocking their way. If the accident was avoidable, the car striking the car in a parking manuver can also be held liable.
everything can happen with everybody. you can be as smart or as responsible as you want but still you're still human being!
Your old insurance company will be liable. You should be calling and talking to your claims department
as a server or seller of alcohol, being civilly liable means?
From the explanation given in the discussion area - it would unfortunately appear as if both drivers were at fault. The backing driver for not being aware of his surroundings, and the other driver for failing to yield to the backing car when he saw that the backing car was already in motion.
If you are in an accident in a rental car and you are not listed as the driver, you will be held personally responsible for all costs incurred for both parties. This would apply whether you are at fault or not!
Most of the time this will be a 50/50. If there is Video evedence or a witness that says one or other car was being careless or driving to fast or there is other evedence that could change. One of the things to look at is did the backing car back into the side of the other car or did the backing vehical get hit in the side and how far down the side? If you have evedence of this you might convince the judge and your insurance company who was "At Fault"
Rush hour, there might be an accident somewhere on the road, a slow driver backing everyone up, a low speed limit, how small the roads are.
only if you are intoxicated,and if they served you more while already being intoxicated and you leave their establishment and get into an accident , they would be liable ! <><><> Depends on the laws of the country/state where the casino is located. Legal advice here is worth what you paid for it.
Being in reverse
It depends - was it hit and run ? Were both cars backing or one parked and one backed into it? If the other party is no where to be found, typically your Collision coverage ( if you have this coverage) will pay after you pay the deductible. It may also increase your future rates (and /or loss of discounts for being accident free) - so use some logic if it over $1,000 to repair.
Certaily fleeing the scene of an accident is both against the law, and hurts his credibility, but what exactly are the facts of loss? Was he at fault? Just because he fled doesn't necessarily mean he was liable for the accident. If you could provide more details surrounding the facts of the accident I could be of greater assistance to you.
It could be a "no fault" situation. If the driver of a vehicle sees a vehicle that is backing they should exercise caution and either sound their horn (to alert the backing vehicle) and/or they should slow or stop or take similar action to avoid or to prevent an accident. Secondly, the person who is backing should only back up when it is safe to do. This may mean getting out to check for any obstacles at the back or side then proceeding if it is safe to do so. And if necessary, stop again, get out and check again. If the person who is backing up happens to be a person with disabilities and may not be able to quickly and easily get in and out of the vehicle to check for obstacles, then before backing, if you noticed a larger vehicle next to yours that will block your view, then ask another person if they would mind being a momentary guide to assist you while you back out of the parking space. Again, in some areas it could be a no fault situation whereas drivers of both vehicles should take actions and steps to prevent or avoid an accident. In other areas it may be required that fault be assessed. In the case of an accident in this kind of situation it may be best to consult with a lawyer, and if there were any witness to have their name and contact information and to give them yours. It is the responsibility of all drivers to drive safely and defensively.
Technically speaking she is the one who is liable as well as it being her car. However if you both share insurance your rate will go up but you will not be counted for the accident.
No you can sue the parents of the minoe, but not the minor. The parents will be held liable & depending on how much is being sought, if the insurance won't cover it, they could potentially lose anything of value that they own, including their home.
you should report the accident to yours and the other drivers insurance company...typcially no matter how fast you had to stop they driver behind you must maintain a distance to be able to stop from hitting you .... thus being deemed neglient/liable/at fault for the accident
if you can prove it wasnt your fault then the other person is liable for your car... but there is no way of getting out of being in trouble for driving without a licence and insurance
They are liable to die young
It is a bruise from being involved in an auto accident.
this greatly depends on your specific policy with your insurance carrier/ certain policy provisions may be required if the vehicle on the policy is being operated by someone other than the named insured.
Yes. A properly drafted trust shields the beneficiary from being personally liable for lawsuits involving the trust property.Yes. A properly drafted trust shields the beneficiary from being personally liable for lawsuits involving the trust property.Yes. A properly drafted trust shields the beneficiary from being personally liable for lawsuits involving the trust property.Yes. A properly drafted trust shields the beneficiary from being personally liable for lawsuits involving the trust property.