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2009-11-02 05:50:34
2009-11-02 05:50:34

If you're backing up, generally, you're the one At Fault (regardless of how stupid the other driver is). However, some insurance companies may differ.

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Well, You reversed into them, however! parking there is illegal. So, if it was in a parking lot insurance will NOT cover it and it will become a civil matter where you'll need to sue them in which case you have a high chance of winning.


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





The person who cuts across parking spots, it's illegal. If the parking lot is private property the damage caused in an accident is a civil matter not a legal one in most cases. Traffic laws do not extend to private property.


A normal fault is the opposite of a reverse fault.


A car in reverse is almost always at fault if it gets in a collision, unless you can prove that the other vehichle was driving recklessly.


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


The person in reverse is most likely at fault unless u-turns are illegal where you did it.


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


The Owens Valley is NOT a reverse fault. This valley is a normal fault.


A reverse fault is a fault in which the hanging wall moves up relative to the footwall.


its the motion of a normal fault but reverse




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


A reverse fault occurs when the hanging wall moves upward



the synonym for reverse fault is dip-slip fault. the opposite of reverse fault is normal fault. Reverse faults pull towards each other while normal faults pull away. (normal faults aren't so normal)


Earthquake faults has four types which are the normal fault, reverse fault, thrust fault, and strike-lip fault. The fault that is formed when plates are compressed is the reverse fault.


The unfortunate thing about accidents in parking lots is that they are usually deemed 50/50 fault in most cases, without consideration of the facts. Your best bet is to have a witness, video surveillance, or security staff who witnessed the incident to testify in writing on your behalf if you truly believe you are not at fault. Your insurer will have no choice but to ammend your policy to reflect as such.


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.


normal fault reverse fault slip strike fault



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