Is Florida a No Fault Accident State?


No, Florida is not a no-fault State, but they do allow you to have car insurance that is 'no fault insurance' so that both drivers are required to carry their own insurance, and it limits their ability to sue other drivers for damages.
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Florida is not an entirely no fault accident state, however it's a partial no fault accident state. If an accident occurs, both parties are responsible for their own bills related to the accident, for example medical bills.
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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.
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Of course not. They owe you. You were the one that was hit.
I don't know reporting requirements in FL and whether or not you are required to report the accident. That said, he (and his ins. company) could sue you for the entire cost of repairing
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