BOTH drivers are in violation. The other driver for making an illegal turn, and you for driving without due caution or following too closely.
If you're backing up, generally, you're the one at fault (regardless of how stupid the other driver is). However, some insurance companies may differ.
Opening a door into traffic makes the door opener at fault. If the door is opened safely and some driver then runs into it, the moving driver is at fault.
Left turn (a) yields to oncoming traffic (b). Without a stop sign or traffic signal, driver b has the right of way.
Driver B is at fault---from the little info we have it appears he was too close behind driver A which caused B to run into the back and up the side of A. I would really need a little bit more info on this to be certain tho.
Put your foot (any part, even if it's toes) outside the jumping line, and you get a "fault", or an illegal jump.
its both of the drivers fault because their both doing some thing illegal
Yes, I would. Sometimes a good lawsuit makes the insurers play it right.
Passing on the right is illegal on most roads. As an example, in Michigan, you can only pass on the right if there are three or more lanes going in that direction. Your case would indicate that the driver on the right would have been illegally passing, an indication of fault on their part. However, the person on the left shouldn't turn in to someone, regardless of whether they should be there or not.
Your question makes no sense. What are you taking to court? Are you saying that the person charged by the police wants to sue the other driver for damages?
Yes, in California. I don’t know about other states since each state makes the law on this.
driver 2 Probably Driver 1, the driver making a right turn is usually considered to have the right of way.
It makes it hard to see through so it may cause accidents.