It is a prosecution case therefore when FIR is lodged, the State wll see to it.... it is bailable offence
howver, victim can file case under Motor Accident Tribunal for damages
it is btter to have medical, life insurance for everybody
Anamika is right.
I think if victim dies, then it would be a Non-bailable offence. As in the case of Sanjee Nanda, who was booked u/s 304 A of IPC.
The queston of accident on rash and negligence driving and accident in normal course like brake failure or punchure of tyre is different.
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