Who is responsible when you barely open your car door and someone hits it shut in a parking lot?
Probably both parties. Sounds like neither one of them was paying attention.
If someone is double parked and you go around them and they open their door and damage your car and theirs who is responsible?
Who is at fault when someone is backing out of parking lot and the car next to it has door open and you hit the door?
If you are backing into a parking space and you are hit by the drivers side door to the rear wheel who is at fault?
Is it legal for a condominium association to place citations and charge monetary penalties for parking next to your garage door?
You can find the answer you want in your governing documents. If parking next to your garage door is a violation of the parking rules in your community, and if the association has notified owners of this parking restriction, it may cite you for parking there and charge you a fine. Request copies of the CC&Rs, By-laws or board meeting minutes where this parking restriction is documented, so that you can understand your violation and…
Montag and mildred think someone is at the door why doesn't the door-voice tell them if someone is there?
If you are sitting in the driver's seat of a parked car and open you're door and a passing by car hits the door who is at fault?
Who is liable when you are already more than three quarters of the way into a parking space-still pulling in- and someone opens their passenger side door into your car and damages both cars?
What ever you do, don't do the driver door. There is a 99 to 100% chance the lock will break and then the door will only open from the inside. That's why AAA will not be responsible for the outcome of slim jiming your doors. Do the passenger door on a two-door or the driver rear on a four-door. Take it from someone who has been there more than once before they learned.