Chargeable Collision: A collision in which the actions of the driver of a City-owned vehicle are the primary cause of the collision. Normally, the driver will have violated state or local traffic law. Read More
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Bumpers are usually the first part of a car that connects in a collision. They absorb most of the impact. They are made to protect other parts of the vehicle, not the driver or passengers. Read More
a collision in which the driver fails to do everything reasonable to avoid it. Read More
They could swerve into somebody's car and cause a collision Read More
Probably, the Texas Pile Driver. Read More
What can you do if you are involved in an accident was not your fault and the other driver has no insurance?
if you have collision coverage file under that then your company will subrogate the uninsured driver...if no collision coverage you can file a state report, and/or small claims action..... Read More
Someone was in a very very minor accident in October of 2006 in Kentucky The speed of the collision was less that 5mph Can the other driver still sue?
If the other driver suffered property damage or was injured, he can sue the driver who caused the accident, regardless of the speed of collision. Read More
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Sometimes being the safest driver is not enough to keep everyone safe. A persons highest chances for collision are in an intersection. Read More
two near collision Read More
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Both drivers failed to maintain proper control of their vehicles. Driver A lost control. Driver B failed to avoid the collision. Read More
Who is liable in a car accident where the driver at fault calls the police the other driver leaves the scene and no police report is filed?
The driver at fault is liable for the collision, regardless of the other driver's actions post-collision. The fleeing driver may later be brought up on Hit and Run or Leaving the Scene of an Accident charges, but that will not change the at fault liability. Read More
Skydiving can be dangerous if the equipment fails or the pilot makes an error. For example, hard landings, failure of the main and reserve parachute (extremely rare), canopy collision, freefall collision. With training it is possible to eradicate the likely hood of having a problem and thus the question of 'why is skydiving dangerous' becomes 'is skydiving dangerous to everyone who takes part'. Read More
In the UK it is the fault of the driver behind Same here in the USA Read More
Insurance collision is a form of automobile insurance that covers physical damage. In most situations the insurer pays for the insured injuries, damage to the vehicle of the insured, and if the insured is at fault it pays for the damage to the other vehicle, and the other driver. Read More
If you have full coverage do you need UMPD coverage or will full coverage suffice if you are hit by an uninsured driver?
you dont have to have umpd coverage if you have full coverage but most of the time on full coverage it has umpd and if you dont have umpd your collision will pay for fixing your vehicle but most of the time there is a higher deductible on collision I know this because i am an insurance agent Read More
Who is at fault if a driver aggressively braked and the driver behind hit the bumper and back passenger side of the car?
In almost every case of a rear end collision, it is the fault of the car behind. The law in all states implies that the driver of a vehicle should always be in control. The assumption is, that rearend collision can be avoided if the driver had been paying attention and not following too close. Read More
Their own insurance would cover it if they had collision insurance. Read More
At the time of the collision, Quartermaster Robert Hichens had his hand on the Titanic's wheel. Read More
One quarter (25%) of us will have a collision this year. Defensive driving skills give us the opportunity to reduce our chances of being one of those 25%. In reality, this means that an average driver will have one collision every four years. A defensive driver greatly reduces that probability. Read More
As the driver is unlicensed it could be argued that they did not know how to behave on the road and therefore were the cause of the collision. Read More
If another person is driving your car with consent and swerves to miss a deer but lands in ditch and damages the car who is liable?
typcially the insurance stays with the car....if you have collision coverage (if no actual contact with the deer would be collision rather than comprehensive coverage), your insurance would cover.....in most states if there is no collision coverage on the vehicle, but the driver has a vehicle that has the needed coverage it would then apply......... Read More
Fault is determined by who committed a driving infraction, not who has insurance. If you have no collision insurance, you are responsible for the damages to your own vehicle unless another driver is determined to be at fault. Read More
If the police report says the other driver was at fault, try to recover from his or her insurance company. If you don't have collision coverage, you can't collect from your insurance company. Read More
A subductive collision. Read More
she died from a car crash. it was a head on collision with another driver. they believedshe was drunk Read More
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They are very fast, powerful cars and in the hands of an inexperienced driver they would be regarded as dangerous. Read More
No fault coverage is a type of auto coverage that most states require a registered owner of a car to maintain. It pays a percentage of the medical expenses and lost wages of that person or members of his/her household who may be injured as a result of a collision. It pays the covered person without regard to fault for the collision. It pays nothing to the driver or owner of the other vehicle or… Read More
A beer delivery driver in South Phoenix after the sun goes down. I think a front line soldier working in mc donalds Personally i think being an astronaut is the most dangerous job. Read More
What is the single most common cause of motor vehicle collision Read More
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For the most part, when involved in a vehicular collision where you are struck from behind by another driver, the other driver is considered legally at fault, and their insurance would be who pays for any expenses as covered. Some insurances require you to pay fees regardless of fault, however. Read More
Why are the injuries or damages that a driver or passengers may encounter if there is a car collision?
Inertia is why - the people keep going after the vehicle stops. Read More
If an asteroid or comet were on a collision course for earth what factors would determine how dangerous the collision might be for your community?
The size, speed, location and angle of impact of the object with the Earth. A major factor would be if the impact is on water or land. Read More
Drinking and driving is dangerous to all road users. It affects the drivers ability and reflexes. Pedestrians are in particular danger because they have no protection in a collision. Read More
Assuming that the at-fault driver maintained it at the time of the collision, his/her auto liability coverage would be triggered. Read More
Age may contribute to a car accident if the awareness level of the driver is low. If the driver is an elderly person, the reaction time may be slower (No offense elderly people). Read More
Can a owner who is also a driver parked a vehicle and vehicle start rolling down claim from insurance co the payment for repairs?
Yes, if you have collision insurance. It would be a collision claim and you would have to pay what your collision deductible is. If your car caused damage to someone else's vehicle or property, you would also be liable for the damages. Read More
Ice is slippery, and if the car slides on the ice, it may not go where you want it to go, which can result in a collision. Read More
Camden is one of the most dangerous in the country if not the most. Newark is also one of the most dangerous Read More
You proceeded to drive out of your driveway when a vehicle pulled halfway into your driveway and you struck it you was watching out for any passing traffic in the street not behind in your property?
In most states, the driver backing up is always responsible for avoiding a collision unless other circumstances enter into the collision, such as DUI, excessive speed or faulty brakes on the part of the other vehicle. But even then, the responsibility may be "shared". Read More
The driver of the truck is hesitant to leave the children because it is too dangerous. Read More