You have a right to back out of your legal parking spot. If you use your mirrors and do not see that there is anyone behind your car you are able to back out. If a car parks illegally behind you THEY are not only guilty of illegally parking but they are the cause of the accident. All it takes is an extra one minute for the illegal parker to find a parking spot that will not cause an accident.
We make choices and when we choose to park illegally any accidents are the fault of the person chosing to park behind cars that could be moving out at any time.
You should get a ticket for parking illegally and the other drive should be cited for inattentive driving. You are both at fault and should get healthy tickets.
It is your fault.
definitely not, perhaps if you parked in a no parking zone.
Government backed financing is financing that has the promise of the government standing behind it. It is different from private investor financing or bank backed financing.
Its logical.........the person who backed out while the other person was at it!
Astrive loans are privately given loans. These loans are not backed by the government, since they are issued by a private company.
Unfortunately it's your fault since you're entering the "circle of traffic" whether it's circular or not. Fortunately parking lots are private property and not city streets. You may be able to just take care of your own damages..especially if the other driver admitted fault.
I doubt it. It was an empty parking lot. There was no obligation on the person parking to use one of the available spaces, unless there was a prohibition notice displayed which forbid parking beside the ATM. Even then, such a prohibition would be unenforceable if the parking lot is private land. For the driver of the parked car to have any 'blame', there would need to be a sign warning them that cars parked in this area were especially liable to damage. As the driver of the moving vehicle, you carry the blame for the collision.