People generally have this belief that mishaps that happens to them are inevitable. They have this belief that what is ought to happen will certainly happen no matter what. Well, this may be the case in some incidents but does not happen in all of them. Most of the accidents that take place on a daily basis are basically the result of sheer carelessness of either you or of someone else. They happen due to no-fault. Such accidents may either lead to no damage at all but in most of the instances they turn out to be fatal. Some of them even result in the loss of life or property. There are some accidents too in which a person may not get killed, but they are left to live in a condition that is even worse than death.
They may lose one or another vital organ, leaving them suffer as a handicap all through their life. The scenario gets worse while an individual is unable to have appropriate medical attention due to their financial limitations. In such circumstances, claiming the right compensation for the accident seems to be the best option which can, if not eradicate, but at least abate the sufferings of the victim.
In order to aid people claim this particular compensation, the governments of some states and countries do come up with particular rules and regulations that are beneficial in strengthening the victim’s position and facilitate their claim to obtain their rightful compensation. Such kinds of compensations are called as the No-fault laws.
Most of the insurance companies, in the pursuit of saving themselves, prefer proving that the victim has not sustained serious injuries and they simply prove this by mentioning that the vehicle in which they were sitting has not suffered any serious damages. Whereas, this point of view and the way to look at things is completely misleading and false. This is because it has been observed in many scenarios that even if the vehicle was not seriously damaged, the rider was badly damaged. To combat this issue, there is a small trick that most of the lawyers utilize. They exhibit how a basket of eggs when dropped on the floors completely suffers any damage, whereas all the eggs placed within get broken.
There are 9 different no-fault injuries outlined by the law. To name some of them comprise of the death which is caused as a result of the accident, permanently loosing a body organ, if there is a fracture, loss of fetus in regards to abortion, there is a major disfigurement like an evident and prominent scar, when the victim is unable to use a certain body organ as a result of the accident or when the person is unable to perform their daily activities on their own with ease after the accident.