My question involves a traffic accident in the State of: Texas
I collided with another vehicle in an intersection but there was no major damage to either car. It looked like mainly paint transfer on the other vehicle from my broken side view mirror. But after the accident myself, the other driver and a witness couldn't decide who, if anyone, would be considered "at fault." The intersection is fairly wide and has dogleg from one side of the intersection to the other...basically the lanes on either side of the intersection do not match up. This is much more apparent from the persepective of the left lane than it is from the center or right lanes. I was in the center lane and proceeded straight into the intersection while the vehicle on my left moved into my lane in the intersection and we collided. Did I fail to maintain my lane? Are the three lanes suppose to coordinate a lane change simultaneously in the middle of the intersection? I wanted to call the police and get a report because it was "murky" but the other driver did not. The other driver and the uninvolved witness who stopped both said that it was basically the city's fault for not marking the intersection and they thought it was "no fault" collision.