Who is liable for a golfball accident?
The maker of the golf ball the maker of the club and you.
The person that is responsible for the accident.
If the accident was caused by the negligence of any party, then they are liable.
If the driver of a car is liable for an accident who is liable the owner of the car or the driver's insurance company?
The owner of the car is liable for the accident itself and the damage. However, the insurance company might have to pay for it, depending on the owners insurance cover.
The fault lies with the vehicle that cause the accident. When someone borrows a car, the car owner can be liable because the allowed someone to drive the vehicle. Often this type of accident has to be sorted out in court.
Is the company liable if an employee was asked to take another employee to the hospital and has an accident during the trip?
In General No, The party that caused the accident is liable. However, If You were driving a company provided vehicle a the time of the accident, then the company may have some secondary financial liability depending on the circumstances of the accident.
Can you be held liable if you have a permit and was in the vehicle with a licensed driver and got into an accident in NY?
Who else do you think should be held liable?
Golfball by far.
The density of golfball is less then density of water
Who is the owner of the car your adult daughter was driving, you or her? If you, you can both be liable. Her as the driver, and you as the owner of the vehicle
They do not have to stop
the person that owns the car
The additional driver
Typically the person that rear-ends the car is the driver sited for the accident. Usually, for following too closely. It is very rare that the front driver is sited and/or held liable for the accident.
Yes, they could be held liable, but only if the negligence is contributable to a loss
Can the other person be liable if your son was hit by a car while on his bike but did not use the ambulance to go to the hospital?
Yes, but bear in mind that a person (driver) is not automatically liable just because there was an accident There must be actual injury and or damages and the driver must be determined "At Fault" for the accident. Otherwise there is nothing for them to be liable for.
Depends on your condition
You could be held liable for the accident since you were driving intoxicated.
Will you be liable if you co-sign an automobile loan and your name is not on the title if the automible is in an accident?
Well, you'll be liable for the loan, but that's about it, unless you had something to to with the so-called "accident" (which is rarely accidental, and more often the result of negligence).
i was rear ended in a 3 car pile up on the highway, whos insurance is liable for my car repairs
Who is liable if an friends takes your car without permission and knows it not road worthy and get into an accident.?
The friend who took the car and got into the accident, if the accident is caused by the car's un-roadworthiness.
A golfer places a golfball on a tee.
yes. Always responsible.
Yes. If you were at fault then you are liable for the damages you incurred.
the owner of the vehicle is always responceable in this situation..
I imagine it would be someone that was to be found "not at fault" in an accident.
The driver in the end should be responsible.
If a company didn't keep up with their lot creating hazardous conditions can they be held liable for an accident?
Yes, But only if it can be established that the lack of care contributed to the accident.
If you have an auto accident and you are found to be at fault, then if taken to court you can be liable for all damages. You could potentially lose everything that you have.
Can you be held liable for your daughter's accident if she was driving your divorced spouse's uninsured car?
As long as your daughter is under 18 or 22 in som cases you can be held liable for any of her actions
The insurance adjuster denied Mack's claim, stating that according to the police reporting naming Mack as the cause of the accident, they were not liable to pay his claim.
If it is your fault, it is the owner of the vehicle's fault, but it's really your parents' responsibility to decide if your to take responsibility for it. However, if it is not your fault it is the at fault party who is liable.
the driver is liable However if you have insurance that covers the other person by name or "any other driver" then a claim can be made against your insurance. This would make a great court case depending in which state this accident takes place!
Depends on why the accident happened and where. If the owner created a risk, then the landlord would be liable. If the tenant created the risk or failed to notify the owner of the risk, then the tenant may be liable, unless the accident happened outside of the area rented to the tenant (e.g., a common hallway in an apartment building would be the responsibility of the owner).
Surface area of a sphere (the golfball) = 4*pi*radius2 square cm
If a 15 year old unlicensed minor learning to drive with an uninsured adult has an accident who is liable the parents of the minor or the uninsured driving instructor?
The owner of the vehicle is usually held liable.
yes,........ tickets are only issued if the police observe an infraction
Yes, they are through their homeowners policy.
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I'm not sure about Texas but in Indiana the owner of the horse is liable for all damages in the accident. In Indiana we have alot of horse accidents and depending on if it was just a horse running wild that got away from someones farm or if it was a horse and buggy accident. It doesn't matter always the owners responsibilty.
Can the parents of a 20 year old be sued if son was in accident with his own car that he owns in Illinois?
The parents are not liable for the damage. Parents can only be liable for the actions of a child who is under the age of 18.
No, they will give you the current book value of the car at the time of the crash.
If an employee was involved in an accident in his own vehicle while on company business who is liable employee or employer?
Employer & employee
Then you may be liable for any damage that you caused to someones property or person.