The New York “No-Fault” Law

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Put simply, No-Fault refers to having your accident-related medical bills paid, up to $50,000, regardless of whose fault the accident is. Two different things happen after a car accident. First: No-Fault insurance pays your medical bills and lost wages, except in certain instances involving buses, motorcycles and heavy trucks. No-Fault also protects pedestrians and bicycle riders. Second: This should not be confused with issues of liability in an accident, which are very much about who is at fault, and the focus of the second thing that may happen: a lawsuit. Let’s learn about No-Fault insurance and what it means for your car accident case.

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