New York State’s No Fault Law
Understanding New York State’s No Fault Laws
In an attempt to expedite compensation claims, New York State implemented a no-fault law that aimed to quickly provide benefits to any victim of a car crash, regardless of who was responsible for the accident. While this can help you receive compensation quickly, it also means that you may not maximize your potential benefits without hiring an attorney. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we can help evaluate your claim and use our decades of experience to advocate on your behalf. Remember, the true intent of the law was to take away a victims right to sue, so it is critical to hire a legal team that specializes in No Fault Law to ensure that they receive full compensation for the injuries that they have sustained.
It’s important to remember that bodily injury (BI) suits are different from no-fault cases. A bodily injury claim provides compensation for non-economic damages such as your pain and suffering. The benefits you receive under New York No Fault Laws can help provide for your medical bills, prescription costs, transportation to medical providers, reasonable household services, and lost wages if you are unable to work as a result of the injuries that you have sustained. In order to qualify for New York No Fault coverage requires:
- The accident occurred in New York
- The car in question was insured in New York State, by a New York insurance company
- The vehicle in question was not a motorcycle, scooter or bicycle
Understanding New York State’s No Fault Laws in their entirety can be a tricky process. If you’ve been involved in an accident, we can help you protect your rights and make sure that you receive all of the benefits that you are entitled to. If you have been injured in an automobile accident and have any questions regarding the No Fault Law of New York State, feel free to contact us at Kaplan Lawyers PC. During our free consultation, we can elaborate on the finer details and help you win the benefits you deserve.
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