Is California a no fault insurance state?

Answer California is not a no-fault insurance state. California's auto insurance system requires a driver found at fault for a crash to compensate victims for injuries and damages. Vehicle owners must car... Read More »

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What if you have no-fault insurance drive in a fault state?

Answer In the insurance department; in whatever state you buy it, it will change to meet the minimum law requirements in whatever state you are visiting; however if you move to another state you mu... Read More »

In California if you do not have auto insurance and you are involved in an accident that is not your fault does the insured at fault have to pay your medical and or pain and suffering?

Answer California law restricts owners and operators of motor vehicles injured in a motor vehicle accident from recovering compensation for pain, suffering, inconvenience, physical impairment, dis... Read More »

Is California a no-fault state for divorce?

California was actually the first state to adopt the no-fault divorce concept. A no-fault divorce means that both the husband and wife contributed to the break-up of the marriage. In a no-fault div... Read More »

Is the state of Ohio a no-fault auto insurance state?

As of 2010, Ohio lacks no-fault insurance laws, according to the Insurance Information Institute. No-fault insurance states allow policyholders to make claims regardless of fault but limit the abil... Read More »