Kentucky Accident Forms
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Kentucky Statute of Limitations
Kentucky follows a “no-fault” car insurance law, no matter who’s fault it was that caused the incident it must use your insurance coverage. To get out of the no fault situation, you must exceed your personal injury protection limits and to have suffered a serious injury. This state gives you one year to go to the state’s civil court to remedy the fault of the person who caused the accident that resulted in injury. Also, it states that a person has two years after the incident if there was damage to a vehicle or any personal property resulting from a car accident. Kentucky abides by the theory of “pure comparative fault”, meaning that more than one person can be held responsible for harm that was caused by the accident and that victims are not barred from compensation for recovery if they contribute to an accident. However, the person who is at fault for the accident is liable for all loses and damages.