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What happens next depends on the severity of the accident, the cost of repairs, and your insurance coverage. For instance, let's say you're at fault after hitting another person's parked car. . $50,000 bodily injury per accident. Learn the differences between at-fault and no-fault car accidents. Medical Bills After a Car Crash: Frequently Asked Questions. By law, all drivers operating motor vehicles in Illinois carry uninsured motorist (UM) coverage. Uninsured Bodily. 3. While there are penalties for driving without insurance, fault is still assigned depending on who is actually responsible for the accident. DON’T forget to file a written report. There is also a minimum $1,000 fine if you're caught driving with a suspended registration because of no insurance. When you report a claim, we'll gather some basic information, then assign a claims rep to you. If the accident was not your fault, the other.