Q: If someone clearly is the cause of an accident and has insurance, hits an uninsured person and causes injury and totals
their car, is the insured person that caused the accident still responsible for the injuries and totalled car of the uninsured person?
A: Yes. The fact that the victim didn't have insurance does not absolve the driver who was at fault. However, depending on the jurisdiction, remedies of the victim could be limited if they did not carry insurance. Also, they could face penalties for driving uninsured. You would need to consult with an Arkansas attorney to learn more about the operation of law regarding those elements. Good luck
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