Is Delaware a no fault state?
Delaware has a form of no-fault automobile insurance called Personal Injury Protection or “PIP”, which pays for your medical bills and lost wages, but not for your pain and suffering. Delaware no-fault law allows you to sue the person who caused the car accident and your injuries for pain and suffering.
Is Delaware a Deemer State?
Who Does the Deemer Statute Apply to? The deemer statute applies to any out of state driver who drives their car in New Jersey and gets into an accident. Therefore, the statute will apply to residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Delaware, Maryland, etc.
Is uninsured motorist coverage required in Delaware?
Delaware requires automobile insurance companies to offer uninsured motorist coverage to all persons who purchase Delaware car insurance.