New York State No-Fault Insurance Claims
New York is a No-Fault insurance state, which means that drivers, passengers, and even pedestrians may be entitled to benefits after an accident, regardless of who caused the crash. At William Mattar Law Offices, we know No-Fault insurance laws, and our car accident lawyers are here to help you understand your rights to compensation for your injuries.
If you were injured in a car accident, you need to take action today. There are strict deadlines to file for No-Fault benefits in New York State, and the steps to file a claim for your injuries can be complex and confusing. At William Mattar, we’re ready to help answer your questions and guide you through the No-Fault application process. Contact our 24/7 legal team now—just dial (844) 444-4444 or complete our free initial consultation form.
No-Fault Car Accident Claims in New York
With more than two decades of experience helping car accident injury victims in New York State, we’re ready to put our knowledge to work for you. Our car accident injury lawyers have compiled the following resources to help you learn more about No-Fault benefits:
- No-Fault Insurance
Also called personal injury protection (PIP), No-Fault insurance covers a variety of expenses related to your car accident injury. Find out what types of compensation are available, how No-Fault insurance works, and the deadlines for getting started with your claim.
- No-Fault Insurance Quick Guide
We’ve created a quick guide to No-Fault insurance benefits to help you learn which expenses are covered after your car accident injury.
- No-Fault Insurance Explained: A Comprehensive Guide
An in-depth explanation about various aspects New York No-Fault insurance, such as the difference between economic and non-economic damages, serious injury, and independent medical examinations.
- How to Apply for No-Fault Insurance
Learn what steps you need to take to get started with your No-Fault benefits application if you’ve been injured in a car accident.
- Whose Insurance to Notify for No-Fault
Your role in the car accident determines which insurance company you must notify to apply for No-Fault benefits. Check out this resource to learn what steps to take if you were injured as a vehicle owner or driver, passenger, pedestrian, or cyclist.
- Paying Your Medical Bills
Discover tips to help you get the No-Fault benefits you need to pay your medical bills after your car accident injury.
- No-Fault Independent Medical Examinations (IME)
The No-Fault insurance company may ask you to attend an independent medical examination (IME) after your car accident. Learn three important guidelines to remember that can help protect your legal rights if you’re scheduled for an IME.
- No-Fault Claims for Lost Wages
If your car accident injury caused you to miss time at work, you may be eligible for No-Fault wage loss and New York State disability benefits. Find out how to apply for lost wage benefits and how to avoid delays or reductions in compensation.
- Paying Your Accident-Related Expenses
See how no-fault benefits provide reimbursement or compensation for expenses beyond your medical treatment, such as transportation costs to and from your doctor’s appointments.
Take Action Now
Don’t wait to apply for No-Fault benefits after an accident— get the experienced legal help you need. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, contact the bodily injury lawyers at William Mattar now. Our 24/7 team is ready to help you get started anytime, and we’re proud to serve clients throughout New York State.