A kind of automobile insurance that provides that each driver must collect the allowable amount of money from his or her own insurance carrier sub-sequent to an accident regardless of who was at fault.
No-fault insurance is required by statute in a number of states.
The term no fault is also used colloquially in reference to a type of divorce in which a marriage can be dissolved on the basis of irretrievable breakdown or irreconcilable differences, without a requirement that either party prove that the spouse was guilty of any misconduct causing the end of the marriage.
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