If the car that was on the street was stationary (no moving) then it's the fault of the driver pulling out of the driveway. The rule of thumb is that if both cars were in motion, the drivers *may have been able to avoid an accident - therefore it's called "contributary negligence" In this case, although the details are vague, it seems like it's the fault of the driver pulling out of the driveway because it is their responsibility to enter the road under safe conditions and not disturb the flow of traffic. Good luck. ANC, esq
The person pulling out of the driveway is at fault.
The rear car would be at fault for not making a safe pass.
the car reversing oput of the driveway is at fault.
The car that is moving is normally the one at fault. No matter how someone is positioned you should not drive into them (going forward or in reverse). It therefore seems to me that the car backing out of the driveway is at fault.
The car that was in the hidden driveway.
if you're reversing into your driveway and someone hits you its their fault. you were moving away and they wern't paying attention. Now if you went back into the street to straighten out and back back in then it might be your fault, but if you were reversing the whole way and never came back out of your driveway it would be theirs
You are if you were pulling out of a driveway or alleyway. If you were at a side road it would depend on who had the right of way. If you had to stop but he didn't, you're at fault. If he had to stop but you didn't or if he ran a stop, then its his fault. The fact that he then hit two other cars is immaterial.
I'm from Michigan, so it is no one's fault HEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEH.
If the child was following the rules of the road the striking vehicle is at fault.
It is the persons fault for entering your private driveway.Another View: If the collision occurred on private property, the insurance companies of both cars will be involved. As a general rule, the driver of the backing vehicle bears the responsbibility for making sure that he can safely proceed in reverse.
The car in motion is ALWAYS at fault when it hits a stationary vehicle.
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.
That depends on the circumstances involved. If you are causing a dangerous situation by blocking traffic, etc. you may be found to be partially at fault.
Answering "Pulling out of a parking lot onto a street and you have to back up to avoid on coming car and the car behind you hits you who is at fault?"
The backing car is at fault
The car entering the roadway has to yield the right of way to cars already established in the roadway..so in the simplest answer "B" has the right of way and "A" is encroaching so "A" would be at fault unless there was a signal
Yours. If you backed out into a street, it is YOUR responsibility to observe and make certain there is no interfering traffic.
I beleive, whoever's car is moving (wheel-wise), is at fault.
The person who is backing out of the driveway is completely at fault. Even if the other party was illegally parked, the driver of the other vehicle has the responsibility to look behind them for clearance.
Yours since the car on the road has the right of way. You actually hit them since they were in the road when you pulled out.
Unless thare are other than normal circumstances, the driver of the parked vehicle would be at fault as it is his duty to ensure that it is safe to join the carriageway...
It depends. Which bumper is still in your driveway, your front or rear? Did the other car leave the roadway and hit your car? After you came to a full stop did you then proceed to back out and then got hit? If any part of your car was in the roadway then it would most probably be your fault. Any vehicle that is entering into traffic from a driveway is required to yield the right of way to those vehicles traveling within the roadway. If you stuck 2 inches of your car into the road and you were hit, it would be your fault.
It would be the person who backed out at first and bumped into the cars. The person is either having problems looking behind him or is impatient. When it comes to this if you see the car before you back into it stop, get out, and go to the neighbors house and ask them if they would move their car.