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I was injured in a car accident but I don’t have insurance. Can I still make a claim for compensation?

If you were injured in a car accident and live in a no-fault insurance state, you can seek compensation directly from your own car insurance. However, if your state does not follow a no-fault insurance policy and you cause a car accident where another person is injured, that person can sue you for injuries and damages including medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and physical and mental pain and suffering.