Insurance Coverage for Motor Vehicles
In the event of a car accident, your car insurance policy—and the policies of other drivers involved in the accident—help determine the compensation you can get for your injury claim. But making sense of insurance company documents can be complex and confusing, and you may be wondering if you have the level of coverage you need in the event of a car accident injury.
At William Mattar Law Offices, we want to help you feel confident you have the protection you need should you be seriously injured in your crash. If you were injured in an accident or you have questions about your car insurance policy, dial (844) 444-4444 or complete our free initial consultation form to get help from our 24/7 legal staff today.
Understanding New York State Car Insurance Coverage
Our car accident injury lawyers have created a variety of resource pages to help you learn more about car insurance in New York State.
- New York State Minimum Insurance Coverage
Find out the types of coverage offered by state minimum car insurance policies in New York State.
- Potential Car Accident Damages
Check out the types of car accident damages you may be able to seek compensation for after a car accident.
- Vehicle Property Damage
See how you may be able to get coverage for car repairs or replacement of a totaled vehicle after a car accident.
- Are You Covered?
Discover how a simple review of your car insurance policy can better prepare you for expenses related to car accident injuries.
- Supplemental Under-Insured Motorist (SUM) Coverage
Learn how SUM coverage can help you get the compensation you need in the event of a severe car accident injury caused by a driver with state minimum liability insurance.
- No-Fault Insurance Coverage
Refer to our No-Fault insurance resource pages to learn how to file a claim, what types of damages are covered, and more.
- New York State Motor Vehicle Accident Indemnification Corporation (MVAIC)
Read about how New York State’s MVAIC coverage can help you if you are a passenger, pedestrian, or bicyclist injured in an accident caused by an uninsured driver.
- What if the At-Fault Driver Does Not Have Car Insurance?
In New York, it is unlawful to operate an uninsured motor vehicle on the roadways. What happens if the at-fault driver’s insurance was effectively canceled?
- What is Uninsured Motorist (UM) and Supplementary Underinsured Motorist (SUM) Car Insurance Coverage?
New York requires all vehicles to carry insurance if they are registered and owned in the state. Although the law requires all vehicles to be insured, there are still some uninsured motorists on New York roadways.
- Should I Accept the Insurance Company’s Offer after a Car Accident?
Because insurance companies are trying to maximize profits, they often offer “nuisance offers” to people following car accidents. Learn More.
With more than 30 years of experience helping car accident injury victims, William Mattar has the knowledge and resources to help answer your questions about car insurance coverage. Whether you were injured in a car accident or you want to stay prepared for the unexpected, we want to help.
Contact Our 24/7 Team
Get the information you need to protect your rights to the compensation you deserve after a car accident related injury—just dial (844) 444-4444 or complete our free initial consultation form to connect with our 24/7 legal team today. We’re proud to serve clients throughout New York State.