I feel bad for the woman, but of course she was responsible. I guess it's just another sign of the times. Nobody is "responsible" for anything anymore I guess. I could see it if Nationwide paid the claim THEN went after the "real" responsible party, IF indeed there was truly negligence on the part of the Doc or Pharmacy.
Originally Posted by MeefZah
Her insurance, Nationwide, is denying the claim pending their own investigation, as they think she is not to blame for the crash due to the medical situation. Their adjuster told me that it is quite possible a doctor or pharmacist is the root cause of the crash since she may well have been misdiagnosed or given the wrong meds / dosage. It may take them months to figure out who the "real" fault lies with. God forbid it be the one person who was operating the vehicle.