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    my son backed out of are drive this morning, set of up the road and a car run into the rear of him. my son had past next doors drive way( 5 car lenghts away ) ,when he was hit. the other driver said it was my son,s fault for pulling out ,in front of him its a 30 mph zone. SPEEDING ??? who,s fault is it ???

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    always always the car behind, if your son pulled out in front of him he wouldnt have hit the rear, was it a straight on hit.

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    The car that hit your son was obviously doing more than 30 mph, or not looking where (s)he was going.... Their fault

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    sons o/s/rear bumper. other drivers n/s front bumper where he tryed to overtake at last min.

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    Your son was on the road already so the other car was driving to fast or without due care and attention.

    Either way the other car is at fault.

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    it dosnt matter even if he slammed on the brakes, the car behind is always at fault for not keeping safe distance.

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    As all of the above say - car behind at fault!

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    Deffo car 2's fault! Cut & shut you'll have no probs with the insurance.

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