Is it my fault if i backed up a my car and there is a car behind me like 15 feet away?
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In a car accident, it is important to determine the at fault party. Generally, the party at fault is the one who has been negligent. In some cases, it may be obvious as to who is at fault. However, in some cases you may need to review the accident to determine who is at fault. Determining who is at fault in a car accident is a complex process and is best left to an expert – an experienced car accident attorney. To determine who is at fault for a car accident, here are some of the factors that can play a vital role:
•Violation of road signs and traffic signals
•Failure to observe traffic rules
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9 times out of 10, yes. However, call a local car accident lawyer to discuss.
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It depends - an attorney would need more information than this to say yes or no. Consult with a local attorney.
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I hope that you were not injured in the accident (low speed accidents can still cause injury). If you were injured, I would suggest that you seek medical attention. On a separate note, I agree with Mr. Davidson. You may want to consult with a local attorney to review your situation in the case that you forgot an important detail in your description. I have over 20 years of experience representing my clients in auto accidents, getting them the claims they deserve. I hope that I can be of service to you.
Scott J Corwin
If you back into someone, there are very few circumstances in which that would not wind up being your fault. Those circumstances would generally involve the other person violating some traffic regulation like running a red light, blowing a stop sign, going the wrong way down a one-way street, etc.
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