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If the person backing out of the space had not seen a pedestrian walking the "wrong way" it would be the fault of the driver of the car backing out....... So it is the fault of the person backing out. They did not look to make sure it was safe to do so.



If the driver had hit a pedestrian or a car that was sitting, waiting for a stoplight, who would be at fault? The driver is responsible for whatever he hits. While the parked car will get a parking ticket, that is not a "moving violation", and cannot be considered the cause of a collision. Drivers are responsible for avoiding ALL obstacles, even illegally parked cars.


Answering "Pulling out of a parking lot onto a street and you have to back up to avoid on coming car and the car behind you hits you who is at fault?"





The general rule of thumb is that any car moving that hits a parked car is at fault.




If the pedestrian is j-walking in traffic, he is at fault if he gets hurt. Traffic cannot always stop for him, he should have used a crosswalk.



The driver of the parking car is at fault... he shd allways keep a man to inform him about danger, whenever backing in such a speedy street....


both because ur not quick enough ;) the other guy is thick cos he drove into you!! So more his fault!!



The driver. As much as it sounds absurd, if a driver runs over a pedestrian he is always at fault.


does a no-fault insuranced car hits a insuranced packed car in a privet parking lot, does the no-fault car have to pay for dangs to the insurance car if it under 1,000.00 dollars?


The person backing out due to the other car having the right-of-way.


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.



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 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.



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