Paying Your Accident-Related Expenses
No-Fault insurance may cover a portion of certain accident-related expenses, such as mileage reimbursement for traveling to doctor’s appointments. This means that regardless of who was at fault for your accident, you may be entitled to compensation for expenses beyond medical treatment.
At William Mattar Law Offices, our auto accident lawyers focus on motor vehicle injury accidents in New York. So if you have questions about your No-Fault coverage after an accident, we may be able to help. Contact our legal staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—call (844) 444-4444 or complete our free initial consultation form today.
Which Expenses Can Be Reimbursed?
Basic No-Fault insurance coverage provides up to $25 per day for expenses related to your injury. Expenses that may be covered by your carrier include:
- mileage to and from medical treatment,
- snow removal,
- and more.
Service expenses, such as housekeeping, require proof of payment and a doctor’s verification that the service is necessary due to your accident-related injuries. Contact your No-Fault carrier for a list of all covered expenses.
Protect Your Rights
It’s important to submit accident-related expenses to your carrier within 45 days of receipt. Failure to submit expenses within this timeframe may result in a denial of reimbursement. Remember to keep additional copies of all of your accident-related expense records to share with your attorney.
If you have questions about submitting your expenses, don’t hesitate to call the auto accident injury lawyers at William Mattar. We want to help you get the benefits you’re owed.