According to this law, you can only sue a drunk driver if you or your family member suffered “serious” injuries. Broken bones and significantly disabling or disfiguring injuries are considered “serious” injuries.
If an injury is considered “mild, minor or slight” there may be no recovery from the defendant’s insurance company.
If your injury is not serious as defined by the statute, you may receive compensation from your own “no-fault” insurance. In some cases, you may end up having to make a claim against your own insurance company for basic economic loss such as medical expenses, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.
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