Was the accident my fault? I was making Left Turn.?

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Asked at 2012-01-21 03:04:47
I was in a turn lane to the left on a 4 lane highway (no light) I sat in the left lane and waited for about 4 cars go by and the road was clear and safe for me to continue my Back (vi without oncoming traffic or headlights). During my turn, I was distracted by the lights shining in my car and looked out the passenger window (at the time the passenger door was in the right lane of oncoming traffic), saw lights about 15-20-foot away from me, took my foot of the gas (not struck off) and then I hit my gas to drive across the street and into the entrance where he was going. (I had finished my shift) I have not been successful cold then suddenly I was beaten at the entrance where he was going. The other driver said he delivered in front of him and he hit me on the road, but that was not true after the accident was over my car was in the middle of the entrance where he and his truck was on the side of the near the entrance road from where he hit me in I told the police that he had his lights on and I do not see it coming, but they said it was my fault because I did not to give up on my watch. The damage to my car was the defense front passenger front wheel was bent outward, the front passenger door was broken, the two wheels were kept and took his rim.scratches midway through the back passenger door My rear bumper was completely out of the car all the way and the car was damaged under too. The other driver told the INS agent claims he was only going 20 mph and that was in front of him and he crashed on me, on the road to my agent told INS claims that it has completed my turn and I hit input on where I was going and that its headlights were automatic. At the moment my claims agent is saying that it is likely that 70% at fault and I to 30%. I'm not sure how it works. But I know for a fact I did not see coming and that he was beaten after my shift. what do you think? I live in Missouri I have to say that damage to the vehicle to other drivers was light on the passenger side, front fender and grill on the passenger side, front tire on the passenger side.
Answer1y0))))))))))))) i'm juz ChiLLiN' Answered at 2012-02-02 17:20:37
I agree with your insurance company . That should have been in the headlights so I could see it. That's why most of the blame is yours, but also to blame for the failure to surrender to him, although he could not see it. Let the insurance company decides who is to blame. In addition, you may want to see if we can get all the witnesses.
Answer2ColiAnswered at 2012-02-11 13:56:19
my answer is this
. if he was only doing 20 miles an hour that should have stopped on a dime . I was doing something other than driving "lol " . probably playing with your stereo
Answer3StephanieAnswered at 2012-02-13 08:58:46
your best bet is to see if any cameras captured the accident and if you can find witnesses
Answer4 가산명사 Answered at 2012-02-21 01:16:41
Turning left , you have to yield right of way. He turned to the left when it was not safe.
Answer5IdaAnswered at 2012-03-07 23:34:29
You will turn left across your lane - why you were distracted is irrelevant - that caused the accident ... sorry, you are the culprit.
Answer6LealaAnswered at 2012-05-24 01:03:26
the bottom line is that you turn left . If I was going straight or turn right had the right of way. They had to yield to him in both situations. The fact that he hit the side of your car only proves the point that brought before him. had to hit the back of your car and not the side then he may be guilty . Sorry, but the right of way at the same time is always right , right, left turn , in that order.
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