The person who rear-ended the stalled car is at fault. As a driver you are always required to be able to stop your car for the most unexpected situation. This means that if you need to slow down going around a corner because you never know what might be in the middle of the road then that is what you do.
If you are stopped at a stop sign and she hit you it is her fault. If she was stopped at a stop sign and you hit her it is your fault. If one of you pulled out and the other struck the car it will depend on several factors, including speed of both vehicles, where the cars were coming from and their relative positions on the roadway.
the person that hit u in the rear is at fault for failur to keep there car under control now if u stopped really fast and there was nothing to do its ur fault but the police still give the other guy the ticket for failur to keep there car under control inless u get a nice cop then nobody gets a ticket
Assuming you have signalled in good time that you are turning right,most would agree that the fault lies with the car behind-who should have left enough distance to slow down. This happened to a friend of mine-the other driver lied and said that he did not signal,and changed lanes without warning.He was a convincing liar and won the case.So take nothing for granted-even basic facts can be dsputed.
No, don't think you would be held the majority at fault, and doubt would be any liability assessed to you. The vehicle behind you has a duty to not be driving too fast to ensure he can stop short of any obstruction in the road. If you could give me more details surrounding the facts of loss I could be of greater assistance, if the insurance company has or does deny your claim, please let me know the exact reason for their denial and I'm sure I can point you in the right direction.
If the main breaker has ground fault detection, and the fault is a ground fault, then only the main may trip. Also if the fault is a direct short, the fault current may be several thousand amps, much greater than the trip point of both breakers. Breakers have an I^2T curve (current squared-time), which is an indication of how fast the breaker will trip at a given overload. When both breakers are overloaded, the breaker with the faster I^2T rating at that current level will trip first. This would be an indication that the breakers are improperly specified or adjusted.
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