I was at fault in a minor car accident and the other driver was already injured (after another crash, 1-2 weeks before my accident).
Who is responsible for paying the hospital costs of the other driver, me or the one that caused the other accident?
My accident was bumper to bumper after stopping at an intersection. The other driver told me she was still hurting after the prior car accident and therefore called the police and fire department, to be safe.
I found out that my foreign driver's license was not good enough since I had lived in the country for too long (I had borrowed a friend's car and didn't know I wasn't allowed to drive), so the insurance won't pay. It sounds like the insurance company is going to let me pay for the other person's medical bills, even though this was just a minor accident and would never have hurt a healthy person. I have not been notified the amount I am supposed to pay since the other person is still receiving medical treatment.
This happened in BC, Canada, but still interesting to hear what it is like in other countries if nothing available from Canada.
Addition - clarification
I am not looking for direct legal advice (unless I'm misunderstanding what you mean). I just want to know who should pay when a person gets into two accidents in a row. Is it the one that was at fault in the first one or in the one that is at fault in the second one, especially when the second one was a minor accident and would not have caused damages if it wasn't for the first one (and probably didn't cause any damages, but hard to prove)