My vehicle is turn on my foot is on the break. I proceed to check my rear view no cars was behind me I continue to counter turn my steering wheel watching over my left shoulder... start backing up 3secs I feel my vehicle bump the vehicle that just parked behind me. I know this because she has her door open and half way out.. I get to see damages.. no damages done to the other vehicle but I have a split in my number.. the passengers from the other vehicle begins calling the police. I leave car running to call to go make a call in the store. I come out to see the vehicle has been moved.
From what you are saying, it sounds like you are primarily at fault and failed to keep a proper look out while backing up.
Report this to your insurance carrier and let them handle any damages.
What does "My vehicle is turn on my foot is on the break." mean? What does " I have a split in my number.." mean?
It is difficult to understand everything that you are trying to describe. I suggest that you report the incident to your automobile liability insurance company and let them handle this matter for you. That is why you are required to pay a premium.
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