If there is no other vehicle involved in the accident, then the only person who can be At Fault is the underage driver.
The underaged driver's parents are responsible for the damage to the car.
If the accident was caused by the uninsured driver than the uninsured driver is definitely still responsible.
No. The state is not responsible for the accident or the driver. You can file suit against the uninsured motorist.
No, for the simple fact that there are a considerable amount more adult drivers than there are teens. But if the question is asking whether a teenage driver is more likely to have an accident than an adult driver that's is a tougher question.
If the permitted driver was issued a violation then they are clearly at fault. The insurer of the vehicle he is driving has the primary liability, no fault states have special rules for the recovery of damages. If there is no insurance then the title holder of the vehicle the premitted driver was driving is liable, they may be able to recover from the minors parents.
There haven't been any reported celebrities who have been involved in train accidents. Plane crashes and car wrecks seem to be more common for famous people.
What accident? When Edward leaves it is Dr. Gerandy. All other times, it is Dr. Carlisle Cullen. After she wrecks the motorcycle, it is Dr. Snow
Are you sure that that's driver and not just a queer example of nondriver? Yes I am sure it is driver
The driver should be charged with manslaughter or vehicular homicide, depends on the laws of the state and what the prosecutor charges the driver with. It's very serious and carries jail time.
Cake Wrecks was created in 2008.
The Supreme Court has said no. Can Ford be sued for car wrecks caused by driver's stupidity or carelessness?
no because they can cause wrecks they should only use ear peices