If she backed out of a driveway and you were already on the road attempting to park and she ran into you she'd be at fault. This is if you were executing a legal maneuver and where on the proper side of the road. She is required to yield to traffic already on the road. Peter Hart
if you have home owner's insurance then pass the information on. They will take care of it.
You are not responsiblle for his injuries unless you were neglent in some fashion-not just because you are the property owner.
Good question but you may have a problem-even if the other driver waived you on. You must still proceed into the intersection with caution. However, the other driver is also at fault for being in the wrong lane and his/her negligence may be considered greater than yours.
Depending on amount of damages/injury you may want to contact an attorney. Good luck., Peter Hart
In order to recover any insurance coverages you would have to check the policy of the car in which she was in to see if it had uninsured motorist coverage available. Also look to any policy which may cover her. Depending on certain factors she may have additional coverage available. Otherwise she'd have to sue the drunk driver but he/she probably has little or no assets. Good luck. Peter Hart
You should not be talking to the pedestrian. In Pennsylvania you/your insurance company need not give this information unless a lawsuit is filed. I do not know CA law but do know that an attorney should be appointed for you by your insurance company to take care of these issues. Call your carrier. Good luck, Peter Hart
You have a right to see the bills. as to the Medicaid issue i suggest you contact counsel in GA. It dependes on the settlement agreement you reached or the terms of the court order requiring payment. Good luck. Peter Hart