You, almost certainly, but possibly them:
In a left-hand drive (right side of the road) country, you should not be turning left unless you are in the furtherest inner lanes. However, you should also not be going straight from an inner lane. Thus, if the lane you were in was marked as a left-turning lane, they are At Fault; anything else, you will still receive your fair share of blame.
In a right-hand drive (left side of the road) country, exactly how you manage to turn left and hit someone on a lane inside of you is beyond me, but you will be at fault. This applies even if they were approaching from a different branch of the road: a straight travelling vehicle has first priority, and after this comes right-turning traffic. You should not have turned until the path was and would have been completely clear as you turned.
If the turning vehicle was struck by a vehicle entering the roadway it would be the the fault of the vehicle entering the roadway.HOWEVER, if the entering vehicle was struck by the turning vehicle, it is the fault of the turning driver.
The rear car would be at fault for not making a safe pass.
that would be the car turning because the car that had to swerve to avoid it hit another vehicle due to the turning car's failure to yield.
It would be the fault of the truck unless the vehicle struck can be determined to be at fault for a lane violation.
If the truck was directly behind the first vehicle (same lane) they would get the majority at fault. If they were in another lane and wouldn't have had to stop normally for the turning car it is harder to determine. The driver of the turning car would likely be found partially at fault for failing to maintain control of their vehicle.
If you are in a turning lane, and the other vehicle turns into you while they are in a straight lane, then they should be at fault. If the accident ends up in court take photos of the intersection to help plead your case.
If you hit another vehicle then you are at fault. It does not matter what you were doing at the time.
In this state, a no fault state, full coverage insurance covers the other vehicle if you are at fault.
You are at fault.
Bikes and pedestrians always have the right of way [providing they are proceeding in conformance with the traffic laws]. Most likely the vehicle will be determined at fault. There have been some rare cases in which a bicyclists or pedestrian have been assigned some contribution of fault.
No, as if your vehicle collided with the other vehicle, the fault is yours.j3h.
Most likely the the vehicle doing the backing up would be at fault.