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North Dakota had set its own rules for minimum auto insurance coverage limits. In fact, the auto insurance laws are much stricter than most other states in US. Drivers must abide by the rules in North Dakota, or face the heavy consequences. In addition to having insurance, drivers must make sure that their insurance policies meet certain minimum standards set in place by the state. These include at least: $25,000/$50,000 in bodily injury liability – $25,000 for property damage liability – $25,000/$60,000 uninsured motorist coverage and at least $30,000 of personal injury protection (also known as no-fault basic insurance)
North Dakota operates under a set of “no fault” auto insurance laws. Most states operate under the tort system so if you are new to no fault insurance it is definitely something that can take some time to get used to. The most important thing to remember however is that when an accident occurs, no matter who “caused” it, your insurance will be responsible for paying your medical bills and any damages to your vehicle. Many people find this unfair, but it does keep the risk of litigation down. Just make sure that you have enough insurance to adequately protect yourself in the event of an accident. Ideally, you should have good coverage throughout, but if you can only afford to up your policy in one area, choose personal injury protection. This is the insurance that will pay for expensive medical bills, lost wages, and more if you are injured in an accident.
North Dakota follows a 50% rule. In states following a modified comparative fault 50% rule, an injured party can only recover if it is determined that his or her fault in causing the injury is 49% or less. If the injured party’s fault level reaches 50%, he or she cannot recover any damages resulting from the accident. Once again it is advise you speak with your attorney regarding these laws as they can be confusing and often are revised.