the car changing lanes, so the left.
By Yisoonshin - "I thought that the car on the right would be at fault, because since the left lane is merging, the right car should go faster or slower to allow room for the car in the left lane. It's not like you can stop right there. But usually the right lane merges into the left, or at least I thought they do.
By Perau - nope, that's not how it works. the car on that lane has the rightaway to go at whatever speed they like. The car on the left has to wait and make sure it is clear for them to merge.
The car that turns right on the on red is at fault. The other vehicle still has the right of way.
If they backed into you, it's their fault. Failure to yield.
if you where paying attention when you turned then it the other pesons falt but if you weren't then is your fault.
the car who bumped into you
Assuming the other vehicle was in the right lane - you.
A vehicle that has an accident while doing an illegal maneuver is automaticly at fault.However the other may be at fault too depending on the circumstance. additional thought here The motorcycle may have a problem because they don't belong in the carpool lane.
It would be your fault, because you don't have the right to pull out right away. The car on the street does have the right to keep going though. You are supposed to wait until there is a gap in traffic .
The car who hit you
The cars that made a wide right turn.
It depends on the direction of both vehicles:If you were both traveling in the same direction then the truck would be at fault for failing to control his speed;If you were cross traffic to a road that did have a stop sign, the truck as he failed to stop or yield right of away to traffic;If you were cross traffic to a road that did not have a stop sign, then you were at fault for failing to yield right of way - you can claim speed as a contributing factor but it would need to be corroborated by a crash investigator.
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.