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Vermont Auto Accident Laws

HomeAuto Accident VermontVermont Auto Accident Laws

If you are a victim of an auto accident in Vermont,

always remember that you are supposed to report the incident to the local police officer and

an insurance provider to obtain recovery for your damages.

In general the Vermont auto accident laws don’t need any insurance policies to provide the no fault benefits,

but it is pretty essential for the driver to prove the fault of the at-fault driver.

Statute of limitation:

The statute of limitation in Vermont for an auto accident involving the personal injuries and

also for the property damage is a period of three years.

It is pretty important for a victim to report and claim a lawsuit, explaining the accident within three years to obtain recovery.

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