Neither the employee nor the employer needs to be proven negligent for a Workers' Compensation claim to be accepted.
Automobile insurance system used in some states to discourage lawsuits, in which an accident victim collects from his/her own insurance company, regardless of who is at fault.
An insurance system where your own insurance pays for your injuries regardless of who caused the accident.
A type of motor insurance coverage that answers for each driver's own injuries or damages, irrespective of the party at fault. It also sometimes referred to as an auto or motor liability insurance.
Insurance that pays for some or all of the insured person's loss, no matter who caused it, is often described as "no-fault" coverage. Despite its name, it really does matter who caused the damage, because if you're at fault, your insurance premiums may increase.
No fault is a system in which each driver's auto insurance coverage pays for his or her own injuries, no matter who caused the accident.
An insurance concept where an insured recovers the damage to their automobile from their own insurance company as if they were a third party. The insured does not recover any vehicle damages from the third party insurance company.
A modification of the traditional tort liability system that provides first-party benefits to injured persons and imposes some restrictions on their rights to sue negligent parties.
Insurance in which your own insurance pays for your injuries regardless of who caused an accident. OEM Parts Replacement parts supplied by the original manufacturer.
No-fault insurance refers to the way insurance companies settle claims. Generally, a no-fault policy will not require that blame be assigned in order for a policyholder to be paid.
No assignment of blame as to which party caused an accident.
Auto insurance coverage that pays for each driver's own injuries, regardless of who caused the accident. No-fault varies from state to state. It also refers to an auto liability insurance system that restricts lawsuits to serious cases. Such policies are designed to promote faster reimbursement and to reduce litigation.
A type of auto insurance mechanism whereby the right to sue another party for damages caused by negligence is limited and, in exchange, first party benefits are offered.