If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, your own No-Fault insurance should pay for your medical bills up to a certain limit. Injuries arising out of motor vehicle accidents are covered under No-Fault insurance. However, in many circumstances, the No-Fault policy becomes exhausted, in which case, other insurance policies may begin to pick up additional medical costs.
November 2011 Archives
For those injured in a work related car accident, the first question is usually whether or not it will be covered by Workers' Compensation or no fault.
The claims should be promptly filed with both Workers' Compensation insurance carrier and the no fault insurance company. This is because both parties can be liable in such a case.