Pasco & New Port Richey – Who Is At Fault In A Car Accident?
If you have a vehicle it must be insured.
If you have insurance you must go through your insurance under the no fault coverage regardless if you were at fault for your medical bills and lost wages up to your no fault limits and are subject to subtracting any no fault deductibles.
The deductibles are figured using the no fault formula. The no fault formula is normally 80% of your medical bills and 60% of your lost wages (get script for work release).
If you don’t have a car then if you live with a family member who does not it is their no fault that pays.
If neither, then the car you are riding in or the car who is at fault pays.
Any unpaid medical bills or lost wages which are related and reasonable, the party at fault is responsible to pay.
“At the law firm of Frank P. Bianco, P.A., I understand the pressures you face during an auto accident in New Port Richey. If another’s negligence caused your injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for losses and damages.”