I read that there are actually some exceptions to the no-fault system? What are they?
Yes, there are some exceptions to the no-fault system where you are able to turn to the at-fault driver and collect compensation. However, the plaintiff in such cases must meet the following criteria:
- Medical expenses for the injuries sustained in an accident must be $1,000 or more
- The injuries sustained in a wreck result in the plaintiff ending up with permanent disfigurement, a permanent injury, bone fractures or death
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