What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Virginia, Fairfax County.
I was recently involved in a car accident in which the other person "t-boned" into the rear door of my car. The accident happened when I enter the bank's parking lot. There were cars parked to the left and right of me. Seeing that there were plenty of space to the left area of the lot, I made my approach by closely hugging the right side of the lot and that's when he backed right into my rear section on the right side of my car.
He has told his insurance company that I had waived him on and that's how we got into the accident. How is defensible when he should be in control of his car? He has totally made this story up about me waving him on and even if this was the case, how can he excuse his backing up and hitting my car?
His insurance has denied my claim because they said there are conflicting case?I'm thinking about suing him in small claims court. Don't I have a bullet proof case? What defense does he have, if at all? Thanks.