If I have a camper in storage and during a storm it was moved and dented the camper next to mine, am I responsible for the damage?
Question Details: Or was it a no fault accident for which nobody is liable?
You are responsible if the camper moved because you did not take the normal, reasonable precautions for a camper of that type--i.e. if you were negligent, or unreasonably careless. For example--and this is a made up example for the sake of illustration; I know nothing about campers--say that when you park a camper, you are supposed to chock the wheels and lash it down to anchors or stakes so it can't move. If you failed to do that, you could be liable for that failure. On the other hand, if you did what you are normally supposed to do when parking or storing a camper and it moved anyway, you would not be at fault, because in that case, you were not careless.