The fault lies with the vehicle that cause the accident. When someone borrows a car, the car owner can be liable because the allowed someone to drive the vehicle. Often this type of accident has to be sorted out in court.
You liable if someone gets hurt on your property no matter what.
If it is your fault, it is the owner of the vehicle's fault, but it's really your parents' responsibility to decide if your to take responsibility for it. However, if it is not your fault it is the at fault party who is liable.
If you knowingly let someone with no license drive your car, not only are you liable if he has a wreck. You could loose your license if he just gets pulled over for a bad tail light!
you need to get down to your dmv and fill out a release of liability form.
The owner of the car is going to be held liable. And it won't do your daughter any good either, it will delay her being able to get a license.
you are liable and on your homewoners insurance has medical pay and liability.
Air bags deploy when someone gets into an accident.
no. It could be, depending on the details.
I am sure that there are examples to the contrary, but the car owner is the one responsible for the insurance. It's your car. It's your responsibility to make sure it is insured......it would also be your responsibility to make sure whom ever you loaned it to were licensed and legal.
In most States and Provinces, once a person is 18 they are legally responsible for civil damages arising from their actions, and the parents are no longer liable.