Texas is NOT a no-fault state for auto accidents. You can, however, purchase uninsured motorist coverage.
texas is a no fault state.
It is for insurance purposes. In accidents (auto) , they don't determine fault. Your insurer pays for you no matter who caused it.
According to http://accident-law.freeadvice.com/auto/fault-no-fault-car-accidents.htm, Texas is one of the states which has some form of no-fault law.
No it is not
Yes only for Auto, Campers, Motorhomes while on the highway What's No-Fault Insurance?No-Fault Auto Insurance Coverage pays for each driver's own injuries and property damage, up to the limit specified in the policy, regardless of who caused the accident. Because No-Fault insurance varies by state, ask your claim representative if this applies to your situation.Ref: Allstate @ http://www.allstate.com/claims/auto-insurance-faqs.aspx
California, Nevada, and Oregon are no fault states. If you need a complete list of all the fifty states that are no fault or driver fault states you can ask an insurance agent.
By police reports (always get one to cover yourself) and claims adjusters
Allstate auto insurance can still give you great rates on car insurance even with accidents.
As of June 2010 New Hampshire is the only state that does not require auto insurance unless you have proven yourself to be an "endangerment to others" such as having DUI's or too many at fault accidents, then they require insurance before they will reinstate your license.
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Tickets and at fault accidents are the two primary causes of rising insurance rates.