- Refers to an auto insurance policy where, after an accident, one's own insurance company compensates for losses like property damage, medical expenses, and lost wages up to a certain limit, irrespective of who was responsible for the accident. The right to sue the party responsible for the accident may be restricted or ruled out in such an arrangement
- Refers to a type of divorce where the dissolution of a marriage does not require a demonstration of wrongdoing by either partner
- Under the terms of a no-fault insurance policy, the insurer will cover the medical bills regardless of who caused the car crash.
- In some states, a no-fault divorce can be acquired without the need to prove any misconduct on the part of either spouse.
- For car owners with no-fault coverage, their own insurance company pays for their losses in case of an accident, regardless of who is at fault.