Let's assume the person to be hit is walking perpendicular to the car, and let's assume that the car is a standard four-door sedan.
10mph: Bruises, maybe a broken leg or a broken arm. If the person falls on their head, a possible skull injury.
20mph: Most likely one broken leg, if not two. If the person falls on their head, a serious skull injury.
40mph: Serious injury. Probable death.
Your car is going to be totaled out.
When ever a person hits the car in front of them, they are found at fault. If you hit a car in the rear even though it stops short, you are at fault. You will probably get a ticket and your insurance will go up.
first of all you spelt this qustion all wrong so try again
Have your car repaired through your Insurance Company on your policy. It is then their task to obtain the costs from the person that hit you.
The one responsible for that is the person who own the car that hits your car.
well, besides going to jail if this even happened....which wouldn't, it would cause damage to your car cosmetically or genetically. and it would happen two different ways, if it you hit someone and it went underneath your car, it would tare p the "underbelly" of your car resulting in oil leak and your car would be undrivable, if you hit someone and they went up onto your hood, it would crash your windshield and chances are you wouldn't live from it
Who actually gets sued is up to the person that got hit, but ideally the person who hit your car first and not you.
The other person pays.
I don't see why not if you're a particularly non-perceptive person or happen to be listening to music with the volume up high.
Well generally, any time a car hits another cars tail end, it is that persons fault. (Usually because they say that the person was not paying attention and did not stop in time to avoid hitting the other car.) However, if the insurance is not also in the name of the person you are letting drive you car, and the person that hit them claims that they(person who got hit) caused it, you car could get towed (about 200 dollars for that) and their could be a trial. But you would not get in any trouble, unless that $200 was for an anniversary present.