No-fault insurance systems are established within some individual states in order to reduce the amount of lawsuits. When no-fault insurance exists, each insured motorist's own insurance company will cover any financial losses associated with the auto accident regardless of which driver's at fault. The insurance companies will later decide which driver was at fault, after the policyholders are paid. No-fault injury generally covers physical injuries and medical bills, but not property damage, so you should probably carry a property liability policy. No-fault claims are ordinarily paid very quickly. If you don't receive your payment, you should contact your insurance agent for an explanation of the delay. Contact an insurance agent in your area for more information about no-fault insurance policies.
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