Liability regardless of fault refers to?

Liability regardless of fault refers to the accident benefits which are given by the insurance company which are given to the persons involved in the accident regardless whether the person involved was at fault or not at fault. In Canada this benefits would differ from province to province.

Many provinces in Canada now have some level of no-fault insurance in which each person's own insurance company pays for injury or damage up to a certain limit. This applies regardless of whether or not the insured person was at fault. In Quebec and Manitoba, for example, there is a pure no-fault.

In Nova Scotia, Section B Accident Benefits coverage is considered to be a no-fault coverage because it is provided regardless of fault. If you are involved in an accident, your own policy will respond to provide many of the immediate medical, rehab and living expenses as well as loss of work.