A no-fault car insurance claim, like those provided in Michigan, is designed to simplify the means of receiving coverage for an accident. Under no-fault insurance, you will not submit a claim to the other driver's insurance company, even if he/she is at fault; instead, you will send the claim to your own company. Damages will then be covered under your policy.
No-fault insurance eliminates the need to provide proof of fault before filing a claim. This means that you will always receive coverage based on the terms of your policy. In general, you will receive your insurance payment faster because your collision is automatically covered.
Unfortunately, there is often a limit to the amount of compensation a person can receive for an accident. If you are to blame for a majority of the responsibility for a collision, you may still be liable to face a lawsuit for damages not covered under the other driver's insurance policy.
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