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What is No-fault automobile insurance?
In a no-fault state, when you're involved in a car accident, you'll typically turn to your own car insurance policy to cover your medical expenses and other costs resulting from the accident.
What are the Benefits of No-Fault Motor vehicle insurance?
No-fault insurance provides a couple of important benefits to drivers:
- It ensures that medical expenses are covered promptly, without waiting for a determination of fault or lengthy legal proceedings. This can be crucial in getting necessary medical treatment and avoiding delays in receiving care.
- It helps to reduce the strain on the court system by encouraging drivers to resolve their claims through their insurance companies
What Should I Do If My Insurance company Refuses to Pay?
If you are involved in an auto accident caused by the negligence of another motorist in a no-fault state, contact a car accident lawyer as soon as possible. While the no-fault system prevents you from suing the at-fault driver for minor injuries, there are exceptions for serious injuries or certain thresholds defined by state laws.
An experienced car accident lawyer can also help you during this difficult time by handling every aspect of your case, including filing the appropriate paperwork, investigating the crash, negotiating with insurance companies, and pursuing further legal action, if necessary.
Contact Us Today!
If you were involved in a traffic collision that was caused by a negligent driver, contact a car accident lawyer at MVP Accident Attorneys as soon as possible. We offer free consultations that allow you to meet with an experienced accident attorney to discuss your case. At a consultation, you can have all of your questions answered, learn about your legal rights and options, and receive expert advice from the leading car accident lawyers in the state.
Contact us today to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation, and let the legal team at MVP Accident Attorneys, a Sachs Law Company, provide the guidance and support you need during this difficult time.
Brett S. Sachs graduated from Michigan State University College of Law with Cum Laude Honors. While attending Michigan State, Brett was awarded for his service in the Michigan State University College of Law Civil Rights Clinic, where he represented prisoners of the Michigan Department of Corrections from injustices brought upon them. Learn more.
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