When it comes to being involved in a chain reaction collision, it can be difficult to determine who the at-fault party is. In the scenario you become rear ended and forced to hit the car in front of you, you must consider many unique factors that will help determine the fault. If you were stopped or following too closely behind the car in front of you, it is possible that you may be deemed partially at fault. Also in such a situation, the center vehicle is often found at fault and sued by the lawyer who represents the vehicle that was hit by you. However, generally the person who caused the chain reaction collision is typically the party found at fault.