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It is the 'fault' of the person who opened the door into the stream of traffic. In order to 'beat' the charge they would have to show that the operator of the vehicle intentionally swerved to hit the door.

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Q: Whose fault if all of sudden open a park car door was in park in pavement and their door hit the passing car.?
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