Who is Eligible:

Any driver, passenger or pedestrian injured by an automobile, without regard to who caused the accident.

What are the Benefits:

  1. all doctor and hospital bills paid by the insurance company involved,
  2. 80% of your gross regular wages (before taxes), to a maximum which depends on your coverage, usually $2,000 per month. You will not receive No-fault lost wages benefits until your doctor returns a form in which he indicates that you are unable to work due to injuries suffered in this accident. It is necessary for your employer to indicate the amount of your gross earnings, dates of time lost from work, normal amount of hours and days worked per week, etc. It usually takes approximately 30 days from the date of submitting the employer's wage verification and attending physicians form (indicating disability dates) to start receiving wage benefits.
  3. $25 per day for other necessary expenses, such as someone to care for you, transportation expenses, medication and prescribed devices.

NOTHING for pain and suffering.

Remember:

WHEN YOU CAN SUE:

You may sue the other party to recover for excess lost wages AND for pain and suffering if:

(1) another party was partially at fault, and

(2) you suffered a serious injury, such as a

Nobody really knows what a "serious injury" is, so JUST GIVE US A CALL and we'll let you know if you've got a case.