Having a car accident in a no-fault state means that you have to deal with your own insurance company for the problem. It does not mean that you will not be able to collect compensation. The term “no-fault” refers to the insurance end of things only.

That said, that does not mean that collecting compensation for damages is always easy. In the United States, car crashes cost the country over $1 trillion in damages. When you have been in a car accident, the no-fault clause should not prevent you from seeking compensation.

We can help you to fight for compensation for your losses.