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Crash into an illegally parked car - whose fault?


What if a car parks in a non-parking place right behind your vehicle and you do not see them, are you responsible for damage resulting from your backing into them?

 

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    mommahottness 5 years ago

    was this a private parking lot? It is hard to believe it would not have been a 50/50 accident. I would be angry with my insurance company!!!


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    Marie Alana (MarieAlana1) 4 years ago

    You especially pay if you hit and run.....

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    Sarra Garrett 4 years ago

    It doesn't have anything to do with the law, it all has to do with the insurance claim. Even though the ov was illegally parked the iv is at fault for improper backing

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    ... (Johnny2Balls) 4 years ago

    Is that based on opinion, or law? I ask, because that's the opposite of the law in most places (I can't think of anywhere it isn't, but I'm assuming there's a place). Where did you get your info?

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    Dianna Mendez (teaches12345) 5 years ago

    Interesting question. I agree with Tech Trendy that it probably depends upon the state. In Florida, it is a no-fault state and many minor accidents are treated as such.


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