The rights you have as a passenger in vehicle that was wrecked are simple. You are not a fault, you have the right to sue for damages and medical bills. Usually, the at fault person's insurance pays your medical bills and such.
No. No fault means exactly that. The driver not responsible for the accident cannot be held liable for injuries to any passengers in the at fault vehicle.
common fault on corsa combo, it the passenger door seal fella.
It was not necessarily all Germany's fault that World War 1 started. It was collectively the fault of Germany, Russia, and Serbia for being unreasonable when dealing with each other.
Only if the other driver was at fault. If the driver of the uninsured vehicle was at fault, the injured person would have to recover damages from them.
Need a new passenger/driver seat sensor - Had to have the passenger seat replaced in mine
The person driving is responsible for all their passengers.
It would depend upon the circumstances. If the passenger is a fully functioning adult, then yes, it would likely be the passenger's fault. If, however, the passenger was under the charge of the adult driver (such as a young child, or an adult with diminished mental capacity), then it could be argued that the driver created the circumstances in which the crash was liable to occur by placing the passenger in the front seat, and the driver could therefore be found to be at least partially at fault.
Identify the fault/problem. Repair or replace
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No. The person driving is the responsible party.
If they wern't going backwards when you hit them you are at fault.
The driver. Even though the driver didn't have anything personally to do with it, the driver is responsible for the vehicle, incl the passenger(s) and what they might do.
The car pulling from the parking space is at fault
Unable to answer - too little is known about the circumstances of the accident. Was the driver of the car you were in at fault? Was the driver of the other car at fault? Submit your medical claims to the appropriate insurance company and wait to be contacted for an offer.
Car B is at fault.
I don't know the details but most likely the vehicle that struck you is at fault if he/she was traveling in the same direction and lane behind you.
If you have medical, yes because your medical under your car insurance covers your passengers, regardless of fault.
I would say 5-10 years for insurance fraud if you have no real injuries.
only if the passenger contributed to the accident (smoking marijuana causing the driver to get high via second hand, distracting the driver, etc) and can be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
You should be talking to the insurance company that insures the vehicle you were a passenger in. If it was a single vehicle accident they will be responsible but if it wasn't then the at fault drivers insurance would cover it.
Karen Grady has written: 'It's not my fault, she started it'