No. Fault would need to be proven.
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Lack of insurance does not automatically determine fault. If that were the case, Alabama would probably have a much lower rate of uninsured motorists on our roadways. Most people don't appreciate the value of auto insurance until they are involved in an accident. Strongly encourage your friend to get both auto liability and uninsured motorists coverage (preferably with high policy limits) as soon as possible.
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