yes, in a line - if b hits a and and c hits b - it is c's fault. By law c should be a good distance away from b - big enough for that case
Car A is at fault.
Car A pays- He started it. That's not always true. Was sitting at red light, was hit by other car that had been hit by other car. Insurance Co. said neither car was at fault, my insurance fixed my car. No fault ins.
H is. Why is it there in the first place. You can see there is another car there, so get out the way
Car A is at fault b/c Car B has the rightaway.
Obviously Car B and Car C wouldn't have been involved if Car A hadn't started the chain reaction.
car a b and c because they all hit each other
Car a for following to close to stop in time. Also by changing lanes without signaling, or checking blind spots.
* I amkool- is a stupid answer whoever put this car c because its overtaking in a no overtake zone
This sucks but:Both driver B and and Driver CDriver B took responsibility for all involved when he signaled car A to go.Of course Car C is at fault as he did not slow down to see why car B was stopped.I know this sounds wrong but blame the lawyer that convinced a jury this is how it should be.Another View: Driver A is at fault because he has the responsibility to make the turn in safety REGARDLESS of any unauthorized signals from any other vehicle on the road.Signals from another driver to proceed carry no official weight and do not absolve Driver A from making the turn with regards to all other traffic travelling in the opposite direction.
In a chain reaction automobile accident one crash causes multiple one. For example, when car a hits car b, car b moves forward and hits car c. This reaction happens with multiple cars and can be dangerous.
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Most likely Car B if that person has done something wrong that cuased Car A to swerve. But if car A is seen as not paying attention and had to swerve at last minute to dodge care B for a normal stop or something then car A is at fualt. Or Maybe Car B did something stupid and car A had to swerve to protect its self, Car A has to do everything possible from hurting other drivers, sometimes that means slamming the breaks and taking the hit rather then risk swerving into other traffic. But if car B made a mistake, I believe A C will be fine.