Do all states follow a no-fault system for car insurance claims?

Approximately half of the states in the United States have implemented some form of a no-fault insurance system, while the remaining states operate under traditional fault-based systems.

In no-fault states, personal injury protection (PIP) insurance coverage allows policyholders to seek reimbursement for medical expenses and certain other financial losses from their own insurance company, regardless of who was at fault in the accident.

in states without a no-fault system, the at-fault party's insurance typically covers the losses incurred by the other driver.

No, not all states follow a no-fault system for car insurance claims. Each state determines its approach to insurance laws, leading to varying systems across the country.