I know this sounds like a stupid question, but it's actually a serious situation.
To keep it brief;
I was doing some repairs on my grrlfriend's car.
I left it chocked with the handbrake off.
She removed the chock to move the car, while I was facing the other way so I didn't see what she was doing, not realising the handbrake was off.
The car started to roll away, she tried to stop it and got trapped between the car and my Land Rover, breaking both legs.
As I understand it, if she had allowed the car to roll in to me, I could claim off her and vice versa.
If she had driven in to my Land Rover and damaged it, I could claim off her.
If she had driven her car in to a solid object and damaged the car, she could claim off her own fully comp insurance.
So how does it work in this situation ?
We are both insured for her car, although neither of us were "driving" it at the time.
Can she claim for personal injury, the same as if she was claiming for damage to her own vehicle, with fully comp insurance ?