What are No Fault Insurance Benefits?

By Roger Foisy on June 21st, 2011

There is a common misconception that ‘no fault’ insurance means that after a car accident no one is held to be at fault. This is not the case and the expression ‘no fault’ can be somewhat misleading when it comes to injuries resulting after a motor vehicle accident.

When someone is involved in a car accident with another driver, both individuals are required by law to be carrying automotive insurance. The law also requires that every insurance policy contain, by default, standard accident benefits. Additional insurance benefits can be purchased but every insurance policy will contain these standard ‘no fault’ insurance benefits.

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