You took the control away from him! Abusers are all about control and in their wee brains they could never imagine a woman (good for you by the way) walking out on them. You've rattled his little world and now he's out of control in his own little bubble. Everything that use to work for him (by abusing others) isn't working so well for him now. He doesn't like the feeling and he's taking it out on you. Report this crime to the police. There must be finger prints on the car. Don't bother getting a Restraining Order because it's not worth the paper it's written on and it will cost you. I would like to suggest to you to go to an Abused Women's Center and get some help from them. They deal well with abusers and know what tricks they are up too and how you can perhaps catch him in the act. You need tools to deal with this jerk and he's dangerous! Never underestimate an abuser. Some will move on, many will come after you. If he'll do damage to your car what's next? Please take this very seriously and do these things: Lock your door well and NEVER open it for anyone unless you know exactly who it is. Before you go to work, put a piece of light string or thread on the side of the door. If that string or thread is on the floor on the outside of your door BACK OUT! Call the police! Someone has entered your home. If he ever calls, or threatens you use the speaker part of your phone (if you have one and if not get one) and tape ALL conversations from him. This is proof and can be used in a court of law. The judge will usually listen to the tapes in his chambers, but the jury (if there is one) will not hear the tapes. NEVER walk alone anywhere at night. Keep your car parked in as well lit an area as you can (carry pepper spray with you and have the trigger "on" when you leave your home.) I carry pepper spray with me if I have to go out in the evenings. If you are in a mall at night and alone, or a grocery store, don't be embarrassed to ask for security to walk you to the car (we do that in British Columbia off and on.) Sometimes security is offered to you. Before entering your car look in the back seat to be sure he hasn't climbed in there. If you see any suspicious vehicle near your car, just keep walking or go back into your home. This may seem like over-kill, but I volunteer for a Women's Center and men that damage your property can also damage you and it can end sadly. If you need any help locating help at your end please just post again and tell me what State and town you live in and I'll be more than happy to help out. Good luck (keep your eyes open and be aware of your surroundings.) Marcy
It probably does some damage to the dog- abusive
Responsible for what? If there is no damage or injuries there is nothing to be responible for is there? Are you negligent , more than likely, but if no damage, no claim. Did you make contact with the other vehicle? please be more specific/detailed and I will be able to assist you more.
Any contact will probably cause some minimal damage.
It depends on the terms of the insurance and the type of damage to the vehicle. Contact your insurance agent for the terms of your insurance. In general, it should.
You did not mention what type of damage, but i will assume body. Unless you requested for them to put full coverage on the car before the incident, then nothing happens.
It depends on the amount of damage to the car. "Fatal accident" normally means someone was killed, and has nothing to do directly with the amount of damage to the vehicle.
If you rip or tear a contact lens, there is nothing that can be done but to replace it. Do NOT try wearing a damaged contact lens as this could cause serious damage to the eye.
Nothing, if she as at fault she is responsible to the damages of her car.
Seafoam (the windblown residue from ocean waves) containes sea salt and as such is corrosive to a vehicle. Eventually it will damage all components with which it comes in contact. My advice: Take your vehicle through a good high pressure carwash.
The vehicle could fall on you, hurting you or the vehicle. you could damage the vehicle. You can damage the building housing the lift. It could break while the vehicle is in the air and you will have trouble getting it down.
Sometimes nothing and sometimes you will just blow the main fuse. Sometimes you can do serious electrical damage to other components. Depends on the vehicle.
Depending on what you damaged and what the vehicle is, you could cause 20K damage to a commercial vehicle at idle speed.
you are because your the vehicle owner
I would ask, or ''wander'' by when I saw their vehicle out, if there is damage that 'matches up' with the damage to your vehicle I'd ask them about it.
If you are at fault in an accident, You are responsible for any personal injuries and the reasonable cost of repair for for the damage to the other vehicle that you hit. The level of damage to your own vehicle does not mitigate the cost of the damage to the vehicle you hit. After all you still caused the damage and you are responsible for it.
You must stop there and call a cop to report this in order to have your insurance company pay for the damage done to your vehicle as well as to unattended vehicle.
The first course of action following an accident should be to contact the local authorities or police. Even if no other vehicle is involved there may be damage to anothers property as well as your own vehicle and a police report is helpful to have for claims that will be made against your insurance policy. In many states it is also illegal to leave the scene of an accident with any type of damage present whether it be property or vehicle damage even if your own vehicle, so contacting the police should always be your first course of action if your able to do so.
Abusive drinking for a period of decades can cause liver damage.
The insurance company is obligated to compensate the claimant for the fair market value of the vehicle, nothing more.
Examples:What was the extent of the damage done to the vehicle? The earthquake has caused a lot of damage.
No damage, no claims
Not damage it, but not the best lubrication either.
Your homeowners insurance will cover your garage door subject to your deductible since it is part of your house. Your Home insurance does not cover damage to a vehicle though. That's what Auto insurance is for. Your friend will need to contact his auto insurance to fix his vehicle.
Underinsurer or uninsured Property damage coverage pays for damage to your vehicle if another vehicle is at fault for the accident but is uninsured or underinsured.