When does Prop 213 take effect?

 

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Hey everyone, this is Ted Ravan from Ravan Law, and welcome to another Ted Talk Tuesday.

Today we’re gonna be talking about prop 213. Prop 213 takes effect when you are an uninsured driver involved in a motor vehicle accident or the use of a motor vehicle. This has been broadly interpreted, but to put it plainly, if you are uninsured and you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident, even if it wasn’t your fault, you are not able to recover non-economic damages.

However, economic damages can be recovered. That will be things like medical expenses and loss of wages, but inability to recover non-economic damages will affect the outcome of your case differently than if you were insured. Also, there are exceptions to this rule, such as the other driver was intoxicated. If you were a prop 213 driver and were involved in a car accident, it’s important to talk to an experienced and qualified attorney as soon as possible. get any questions about this topic or any of the topics I’ve talked about? Call me at (888) 5-ASK-TED.

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