Car Accident Laws in MA | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Car Accident Injury FAQ

Who can be held responsible for injuries or death to car drivers and passengers?

Anyone who was at fault in contributing to a car crash can be held responsible for damages to the driver or passenger, as well as damage to the vehicle(s) or other property.
An unidentified car cut me off, and caused my car to deviate off the road. Do I have a case through my uninsured motorist policy?

Yes. If an unidentified vehicle causes a crash, or if a hit-and-run vehicle causes a crash, you can file a claim under your own uninsured motorist policy for your injuries.
What if I was partially at fault for causing the accident?

If you were at fault to some extent in causing an accident, the amount of money you recover will be reduced by your percentage of fault. For example, if you were 20% at fault and your damages were $10,000, you would receive only $8,000.
Will my health insurance coverage or paid sick leave from work limit my recovery for my motorcycle accident?

No. These are separate coverages that you are entitled to receive even though you are filing a liability claim for your injuries against the insurance company or the at-fault motorist.