no if damage was done at work see what your contract of employment says
Usually anyone that is responsible should pay for damages that they caused.
You may have to pay damages if it can be shown that you were negligent in letting your dog run loose.
It is illegal to not pay employees for mileage in MI if it was agree upon. Employers are responsible for meeting pay obligations to employees.
It being your fault, you should pay for all damages.
whether it is taxed or not you have to pay the damages.
To pay for....as in pay someone for damages...to make them "whole" for their loss.
They generally will pay by check.
How much is what? If you cause an accident, you will need to pay for the damages. If you are cited in a traffic violation, you will need to pay that separately. If you use insurance to pay the damages, your premium will probably raise.
No The person who is at-fault is responsible for your damages. His insurance will pay for everything. Tow, rental, damages.
While you may receive a traffic citation for driving without insurance, the individual who is responsible for the collision should pay for damages. If the other driver was found at fault, he/she should pay for damages, just as you should pay for damages that YOU cause. If the police investigated the collision and found that you were both at fault, you will probably have to pay your own damages. If you did not have the police investigate the collision, you may be stuck with the damages unless the other driver agrees to pay and admitted fault.
the car that that did the original striking will pay for all damages.