Louisiana No Pay / No Play
Louisiana's No Pay / No Play statute, La. R.S. 32:866, provides that an owner or operator of a motor vehicle who fails to own or maintain compulsory motor vehicle liability security can not recover for the first $15,000 of bodily injury damages and for the first $25,000 of property damage caused by a motor vehicle accident, unless the driver of the other vehicle:
- Is cited for a violation of R.S. 14:98 (DWI/DUI) as a result of the accident and is subsequently convicted of or pleads nolo contendere to such offense.
- Intentionally causes the accident.
- Flees from the scene of the accident.
- At the time of the accident, is in furtherance of the commission of a felony offense.