either the person that caused the desbris to be there or the debris.
You either get the at fault party or their insurance to pay or you have a wrecked car.
In any weather you must maintain control of your vehicle. If you cannot stop and you hit anything, you are at fault. The car with the wrecked front is at fault. The car with the wrecked back end is not at fault.
The car that was in the hidden driveway.
Depends, you have to ask your insurance company
has this car been wrecked before
has this car ever been wrecked
No wrecked car is stronger than one not wrecked.
It's not clear what your question is. You should be able to claim insurance on it.
Well it's his fault cause he should have been watching were he was going.
Car A will be to blame unless they can manage to get strong proof that car B was going in reverse along the highway. The cops go by where the damage is on the vehicle so they will blame car A for rearending car B
Sounds confusing, but there seems to be a fair amount of fault all around. Was car #2 pushing a disabled vehicle onto the highway, or did he rear-end #1 on the service ramp? If disabled, it shouldn't have been on the highway except behind a tow truck (I know, lots of us have done it, but it's still against the law.), so whoever was behind the wheel and the pushing driver were both at fault. And if it was an accident on the ramp, #2 was definitely at fault.