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Is Hawaii a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

Yes, Hawaii is a no-fault state for auto accidents. This means after an accident, your own car insurance company pays for your injuries, regardless of who caused the crash, up to your Personal Injury Protection (PIP) limit.

You can’t sue the other driver unless your injuries are serious or exceed a certain monetary threshold. This system aims to provide faster compensation and reduce lawsuits.

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