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Chapter 4: Whose Fault Is It Anyway?

There is a critical distinction between an at-fault and non-fault accident. Whether your accident is categorised as at-fault or non-fault will have a significant effect on the financial outcome.

If you’re a non-fault driver your legal entitlement is to be put back into the same situation as your pre-accident condition, as well as damages for consequential losses and for any injury and inconvenience. This is regardless of your own insurance position.

If you are at fault you’ll have to rely on your own insurance policy. It will be your insurance company who will be restoring the other (non-fault) driver to his pre-accident position.

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Navigating the insurance minefield

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If you’ve suffered any kind of personal injury in a car accident, whether as driver or passenger, let me make something very clear to you at the outset: the at-fault insurer is not on your side.

You must find a specialist lawyer to make sure you get the level of compensation to which you’re legally and morally entitled.

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