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I ran into the back of a car that had already hit the vehicle in front of it. The driver of the car in the middle admitted the accident was her fault, but I’’ve now received a letter saying that she’’s making a personal injury claim against me.

If you run into a car in front of you you’’re usually considered to be at fault, on the basis that you should leave enough distance between yourself and the vehicle ahead to be able to stop in an emergency, but if the driver at the head of the queue will confirm that the woman admitted causing the accident you may not only have a defence but also a counterclaim for the damage to your own car.

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