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For example, that act provides that defendants determined to be less than 60% at fault are liable solely for damages proportionate to their percentage of fault, and not for any portion of harm done by any other entity.
In contrast, under no-fault, an accident victim does not need to prove that anyone was at fault before he gets his money.
He said there is a lot of fighting in the child-custody phase even without requiring that one partner prove another was at fault in the divorce.
Looking at fault lengths and the known slip rate between the North American and Pacific continental plates, scientists also concluded that strain is building up in Southern California that will have to be released by a spate of moderate to large quakes - hence the earthquake deficit.
Under no-fault, insurance companies provide medical and wage loss benefits to anybody hurt in an auto accident, regardless of who was at fault.