If I was driving on the highway in a snowstorm and hit and killed white horse plus totalled my car but only have lilability insurance, is owner of the horse responsible for any lilability for my accident?
Question Details: I had to go to the hospital.
It is my understanding that Wyoming is a comparative negligence state and has a modified "comparative fault" rule. This rule states that you may not recover if you were 51% or more at fault. If you were 50% or less at fault, you may recover something, but what you recover will be reduced according to what degree you are deemed at fault. The emergency situation - being a snow storm - could also have an effect on the issue of negligence. I would speak with an attorney on the matter. Good luck.
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