Nothing for the car. Insurance companies pay out the total amount on the first wreck and expect the car to be in the scrap yard, if it is not, it is still worth nothing to them.
the party after the second one
Third Party Insurance is a Liability insurance purchased by the insured (first party) from an insurance company (second party) for protection against possible suits brought by another (third party).
there is no such thing as a second party
A second party collection agency is an agency trying to collect a debt that is owed to someone else. If for example, you owe on a store credit card from ABC store, they may turn the debt over to another agency that has nothing to do with them. This is a second party collection agency.
IF THERE IS ANOTHER CAR AND DRIVER INVOLVED IN THE ACCIDENT THEN WHEN YOU MAKE A REPORT YOU REFER TO THE OTHER CAR AND DRIVER AS THE 2ND PARTY
they were all heading to "the drake's" party, and he parked in a handicapped spot, and an angry mobb destroyed it.
The first part is going to the second part's party, so it's obviously The second part's party.
If a car is totaled in an accident and only liability insurance is present, there is a chance that the other party's insurance will pay for the vehicle if the accident was their fault. If a car is totaled, but no others were involved, then the responsibility falls on the registered owner. This will not release the registered owner from paying for the vehicle, either, if money is still owed on the car.
An example of second person speaking is this: "she told you that the party was at 8 P.M. and she felt that you should go, so you went."
The third-party would contact the second-party as it was that party that received the goods or services from the third-party. The second-party would have recourse against the original issuer (first-party).
Maybe ask the people you are going to invite. Last year I did a Christmas party, and everybody loved it. This year I asked them if I should have another Christmas party or a hlaaoween one this year, they all said Halloween