Protecting Your Access To No-Fault Benefits
In the state of Minnesota, insured drivers are required to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP), or no-fault insurance. This unique policy is able to assist you if you are injured in a car crash, even as a pedestrian, cyclist or passenger. If you carry auto insurance in the state of Minnesota, it will include PIP. Even if you do not carry insurance on your own vehicle, you may be entitled to receive no-fault benefits.
Call our office at 612-254-6409 to learn more about your right to no-fault benefits.
What Do No-Fault Benefits Include?
Even if you had full or partial fault in a motor vehicle accident, no-fault coverage is there to pay your damages related to the crash.
1. Medical benefits: Up to $20,000 per person is available for medical appointments, hospital stays, therapy and other expenses related to health care.
2. Wage loss, replacement/essential services and survivor’s death benefits: With these benefits, you can receive up to $20,000 for lost wages due to your or a loved one’s accident, up to $200 per week for tasks that a primary homemaker cannot perform and up to $5,000 for funeral services.
Individualized Advice, Tailored To Your Situation
State minimums are noted above. If you have elected stacking of your policies, you may have additional coverage available to you in the categories noted above. If you have more than one policy of auto insurance with the same company, the company must offer stacking. In these circumstances, it is important to seek out a no-fault benefits attorney with experience in a variety of motor vehicle accident cases. Call our office at 612-254-6409 to speak to a lawyer with a history of assisting clients with no-fault claims.
Contact Us To Discuss No-Fault Benefits
We understand the unique process involved in filing a no-fault insurance claim in Minnesota. Don’t take chances with your coverage by trying to handle the paperwork with the insurance company alone. Call our office near Woodbury at 612-254-6409 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. You may also schedule your evaluation online.