1.Ohio's no-fault insurance system is designed to provide quick and equitable compensation to those who are injured in car accidents, regardless of who is at fault.
2. Under the system, each driver's insurance company pays for that driver's own injuries, regardless of who caused the accident.
3. This means that, in most cases, drivers do not have to go to court to seek compensation for their injuries.
4. Instead, they can file a claim with their insurance company, which will then process the claim and pay out any compensation that is owed.
5. There are a few exceptions to this rule, however, including cases where the driver was intoxicated or fled the scene of the accident.