Accidents between vehicles where the fault is not determined
When a traffic accident occurs, the victim is always the most important part. Our legal system provides certain mechanisms that make easy access to basic rights of health care without the need to determine who is to blame for the accident, but also in cases where to proof the guilt of those involved is impossible, our regulation (art. 1 RDL 8/2004 of 29 October) and our courts (especially after the Judgment of the Supreme Court, First Chamber, of 10 September 2012) have opted for full compensation for the victim although the guilt cannot be determined.
In a traffic accident, the victim is almost the most important aspect. Our legal system provides a specific set of mechanisms that facilitate access to the fundamental right to medical care without the need to determine the guilty party in the accident, but also, in cases where it is impossible to prove the fault of the parties involved, our legislation (art. 1 of Royal Legislative Decree 8/2004, of 29 October) and our courts (especially after the Ruling of the Supreme Court, First Chamber, of 10 September 2012) have opted for the full compensation of the victim even if the proof of fault is not determined.
... Full compensation of the victim even if the proof of fault is not determined.
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