It should, there is virtually no difference between private property and public property when it comes to accidents.
BOTH drivers are at fault for backing without caution. If the accident occurred in a driveway on private property, no ticket was probably issued. Turn it over to your insurance companies.
It is the persons fault for entering your private driveway.Another View: If the collision occurred on private property, the insurance companies of both cars will be involved. As a general rule, the driver of the backing vehicle bears the responsbibility for making sure that he can safely proceed in reverse.
You are still at fault, no matter what.
doesn't matter if an accident was on private property. get a police report immediately. this will be used to determine fault, if any.
No. Homeowners Insurance does not cover Auto accidents. Auto Insurance covers automobiles. It does not matter if the auto accident was on public or private property.
Is the car on Private property or parked in a public place? On your Private property, without valid Tags and Without a loan against it then no insurance required.
They are not the same. Homeowner's insurance insures the property: dwelling, personal property, other structures on the property, etc. Private mortgage insurance pays the mortgage in case of the death or disability of the mortgagor.
Yes you can be ticketed. Most parking lots are actually private property but they still come under the Vehicle and Traffic law. It all depends on how the law defines a roadway and in the case of unsafe backing there is not restriction on where the event occurs.
In most cases parking lots are private property and are not subject to street laws. Therefore, no insurance company will assume liability.
If you were fully in the lane, and he is backing from private property onto public property more than likely he will bare the majority of fault/liablilty.
This has alot to do with if the impact is on private property and if you had permission to park in the friends driveway, then ultimately if you want to remain friends. If it's an easement or such, the other answers may apply.Another View: Whether you are on someone else's private property makes no difference, the striking vehicle is at fault. Your insurance companies will have to battle it out.