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By greg - / Wednesday 14 February 2018 01:30 /
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By  RichardPencil  |  25

Actually, she should sue the driver that hit you. They were following you too closely. What if it were a child who ran in the street that made you slam your brakes instead of your idiot mother’s delusions?

The driver behind you needs to leave enough space to stop.

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By  RichardPencil  |  25

Actually, she should sue the driver that hit you. They were following you too closely. What if it were a child who ran in the street that made you slam your brakes instead of your idiot mother’s delusions?

The driver behind you needs to leave enough space to stop.

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  Velhalv  |  12

You're absolutely right, and being totally serous, which is something I don't think I've ever seen from one of your comments Richard. I'm surprised.

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

If this was in the US, then the only way Mom's insurance will pay for anything is if she sues her son AND WINS. I know, right?

But really, the rear-ender is the liable party, no matter how crazy Mom is.

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  antisolid87  |  5

The rear ender is liable unless OP admitted to the cops he slammed on breaks because good mom yelled stop. In which case he is liable for causing the accident. I was on the rear ending side of a similar situation and was deemed not at fault as driver admitted to brake checking me.

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