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2013-12-05 21:25:36
2013-12-05 21:25:36

This is not enough information to answer the question. If a car hits a parked vehicle then the moving vehicle would be At Fault. If both vehicles are moving then the issue gets more complicating.


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Usually their is no fault associated with parking lots. I'm sure your insurance company looks at it as your fault.

It really depends on the circumstances, I would contact your claims department for more information.

Well if you were backing in and hit someone then it is your fault. But if they hit you, then it is their fault.

no matter where a vehicle is parked, the moving vehicle is at fault every time.

It would be the person driving fault because it is like the same thing as driving and hitting someone.

In Ontario parking lots are private property and do not fall under the highway traffic act. Given this Ontario also has whats called no-fault insurance, meaning if 2 people are in an accident in a parking lot, person 1's insurance covers person 1 and person 2's insurance covers person 2. If there are evidence who can mention who was in fault while accident happens, then only you can decide on this. But if your car hit another parked car or vice-verse then you should be in fault. When I face same problem, my insurance company Chola MS favored me as my car was parked in parking lot and someone rushed into my car.

The vehicle exiting the parking space that did not yield to oncoming traffic.

If you strike him - you are at fault. He can be charged with the No Parking violation but YOU are charged with the collision.

Same thing happened to me in CA & we were found to both be at fault....

You are at fault. You are backing out of a space and you must yield the right of way to the other vehicles traveling in the aisle.

anytime someone is backing out of a driveway or parking spot, they are at fault. The other driver will only be sited for speeding.

There are suspected geological fault lines in Colorado, but it is my understanding that none of them are major fault lines. See the Related Link below for a map of Colorado earthquakes and suspected fault lines.

The backing vehicle is at fault. We are always supposed to look to ensure the path is clear before placing our vehicle in motion.

The person who ran into you from behind of course because they should be stopping, or slowing down when you turn in the parking lot.

In the above described incident - it is probably the striking ve3hicle that will be ruled at fault. Private parking lots are not public roadways and it will probably be the insurance company which assigns the blame for the collision.

no one is at fault on private property such as a parking lot

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