A pure comparative fault rule of Missouri auto accident laws is followed in the state of Missouri, and
so involves the sharing of the coverage for the damages, i.e.,
one can always recover some amount of coverages for the damages from the other party at fault.
In order to get the recovery, one should prove that the other driver is negligent in his conduct and
so the collision has occurred to obtain the coverage.
Formula for calculating the recovery:
Recovery obtained in an auto accident in Missouri can be calculated by the following formulae, which include:
- The damages which are multiplied by the percentage of fault the driver is at.
- Subtracting the percentage of fault you are in from the total amount of damages.