Can I still get my medical bills paid if I was partially at fault for the car accident?

Texas is a modified comparative fault state. This means that as long as you were less than 51 percent at fault for the crash, you can still file a claim for compensation. However, the amount of compensation you recover can be reduced by your percentage of fault. So, for example, if your medical bills and other losses totaled $100,000, but you were 10 percent at fault for your crash, your compensation may be reduced by $10,000.