It should be the person in the very back who started the chain reaction.
However, because your car was there, don't be surprised if you get included in the defendants if the person in the front decides to sue.
It depends on the situation. If you stoped short and got rear ended it is your fault. But if you stoped becasue the driver in front of you stoped then it is that persons fault. If you are sitting at a stop light and get rear ended it is there fault. If you are parked in a parking zone and get rear ended it is there fault. Hope this Helped
A stopped car shouldn't hit anything because it's not moving. If a car hits the car behind it must have been in reverse and front ended the vehicle. In that case the car that front ended the vehicle is at fault.
If he pulled out in front of a car driving on the street and it struck his car, then he is at fault. If he was rear-ended by the car following, then the following driver is at fault.
not unless you crash into something with enough force after you are rear ended , because the crash sensors are mounted in the front of the vehicle to operate the front air bag(s)
Typically, the driver who hit the middle car will still be at fault, inless it's determined by a police accident report that you were following or parked too closely to the front vehicle. * A process referred to as the chain of causation determines who is at fault in a vehicle accident. In the case cited the driver of the car that created the collision would be responsible for all damages. Any traffic citations given to other driver's involved would have no bearing on the issue of fault.
Sounds like you rear-ended them. Are you the same person who had the driver ahead "Brake aggressively" a couple of weeks ago? If the front of your car strikes the back of another and they are not in reverse, 99.99% of the time you are at fault.
Since it was the following car's responsibility to maintain a safe stopping distance from the car in front, the car that rear-ended the stopped vehicle is at fault.
Their fault for not looking both ways
most likely drop link rods worn common fault on zafira apparently
The crash sensors are in the front of the vehicle , so ( NO ) * not unless the front of the vehicle crashes into something with enough force to activate the air bag (s)
There is no prefix in fault. A prefix is something put in front of a word like invisible.
if the driver of the car that was hit has cut in front of you and put on his brakes giver you no chance to stop before u rear ended the other driver.