You were on the road so had the right of way. The person in the driveway is At Fault. He/she didn't yield. They hit you. You DIDN'T hit them. Remember that if you go to court or talk with insurance.
You are! For not being cautious when reversing on to a road. You should make sure that it is safe and clear when reversing, if you hit another car it is your fault and not the person that is driving on the roads fault.
The backing car is at fault
who cares they both go 2 court!!!
The reversing car attempting to park would be at fault. The car already traveling in the road would have the right of way since they are already properly in motion and traveling in the correct direction of traffic.. The reversing car would be traveling against the flow of traffic and has an obligation to ensure that the way is clear before reversing.
You are at fault - The charge where I one worked was, "Backing Without Caution."
If you reverse your car and then collide with a parked car , the person who did the reversing is at fault.
If your car was already in the street when the other driver backed into you, it sounds like it's more his fault then yours. Unless there's serious damage to your car, the best thing would probably be to treat it as a shared-fault accident. Each driver pay for their own damage. No sense creating animosity with a neighbor over a mistake.
Your fault, your problem! Any amount of damage above the limits of your insurance policy is your responsibility. Pay attention when you drive!
Car A is at fault b/c Car B has the rightaway.
The severity of the damage does not determine fault. The facts of the loss and the point of impact will help determine fault.
Yes, the reversing vehicle must always give way.
If the car that rearended you without being hit by the third car first then the car in the middle is at fault for your damage and the third car is at fault for the damage to the rear end of the middle car. The first car is not at fault for the quick stop.