My brother hit a lady. It was a minor accident as he had applied sudden brake. In consequence of this he had to appear before the court and he pleaded "guilty" and was let off with a fine of 200/-. Now she has filed for compensation. We have the third party insurance.The owner of the vehicle is my sister in law (his wife). Will it pose any difficulty to us as the driver and owner is not the same ? Can the insurance company evade their responsibility because of this reason? Is it necessary that we should refund to the insurance company any compensation paid to them?
I filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2007 in Michigan my home was included in the bankruptcy , after bankruptcy was concluded that he had some money , so I started paying my mortgage again. Now 2009 I lost my job and just want to get rid of the house , but I worry that it will be responsible for the amount of the mortgage after the sale of the property . By the way I have 170,000 in my first mortgage and 40,000 on my second mortgage. Both the first and second mortgages are owned by the same company .
my car was left at a friends house and was vandalized while there who is responsible
Ok so, on Monday I had a minor car accident at Hogarth Roundabout on the A4 in West London heading towards the M4 from Hammersmith. If anyone knows this junction than even better but if not look on google streetwise, because i believe the carriageway is three lanes coming up to the junction and carries on as three lanes past the junction. I was in the far left lane that had written on the road with markings A4 (W) (STRAIGHT ARROW) and A316 Richmond below it with the two outer lanes on the right marked A4 (STRAIGHT ARROW)..so to me that surely means you can be in that lane to follow straight on to the A4 (albeit it does curve however still classed as straight on) or indicate left to take the slip to Richmond. As i left the traffic signals next to the brewery (Fullers) in the left hand lane i came past the exit and continuing for the A4 ( have done this many times without problem) and happened to look in my right mirror quickly at a glance to check my car was still fully in lane (which it was as i saw the white lane marking) when out of nowhere a car was coming towards my lane from the 2nd middle lane and didnt stop hitting me in the drivers side passenger door..causing a dent and paintwork damage along the drivers side of my car. There was no indicators from her what so ever and besides..she was behind me in the overtaking lane coming towards me, she should have seen me! However it was my surprise when we pulled over when she and her irate husband got out of the car and blamed me because i never indicated right!..surely i shouldnt have to if i'm in the correct lane following through?..their excuse was they thought i was taking the A316 Richmond slip on the left but if i did i would have indicated left...i think she never even saw me and drifted towards me either from not seeing me or lack of attention. Either way the damage to my car was very minor..her's came off worse with front damage and she was not willing to accept full liabilty, i offered to show her the road markings but she was having none of it! I wouldn't have put in a claim for my car as damage is minor, however with her not accepting full liabilty, i had no choice but to claim to avoid forking out on my policy for their damage which i believe i never even caused. So what do i do? am i to blame or is she? I understand this is long and in depth but i just wanted to describe the scenario as best i could to get the best possible answers :) Thanks in advance!!
I am currently in college , going to get my law degree . One of my teachers made us this question and triggered a fierce debate in the class. The question is : If you are a road to drive in the city and swerve to avoid an object that has fallen on the road , causing two cars in the other lane to participate in a rear collision . Who should be responsible for this accident ? What do you think ?
If you allow someone to drive your car and did not know his license had been suspended and you are involved in an accident , you are responsible for any damage propertry ?
I am 19 and the car is in my moms name. I have insurance. Are my parents held liable if I get into an accident? I am in Ohio if that info is needed.
I found a car do to my car slides on an icy road . Am I responsible is there a clause in the law that is related to the time?
My supervisor wants me to make numerous trips to the grocery store to buy soft drinks , coffee , etc. for the office. It keeps adding more meetings , etc. I said that I'm not comfortable with the increased number of trips now with ice and snow on the ground . Who is responsible if I get in the grocery store ? I decided to start making these trips during the workday - that leaves the office , rather than in the way in driving my personal vehicle .
So I was working in a computer lab at my university with some friends (I am a student ofcourse). One of my friends had his external HardDrive on the table.When a few of us all were looking at one screen I accidentaly knocked over the hard drive behind me(It broke). This friends dad now wants to take me to court to pay for the data recovery + a new hard drive summing up to almost R6000(which i do not have in the first place). Am I liable for these costs?
I am leasing my Jeep to a friend for $400 a month. She has her own insurance, and I have mine. Let's say she hits and kills someone.... will I be liable at all for anything? Thanks for any help. Cheers.