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The difference between fault and no-fault systems in state liability laws can be confusing to those who aren’t used to the system. States like Texas use a fault-based system of auto insurance, where insurance companies pay settlements according to each party’s degree of fault. If there is a disagreement with the insurance company on the claim, you might have to file suit to recover economic damages, including medical expenses and wages, and non-economic damages, like pain and suffering.