No-Fault insurance pays for various expenses for people injured in New York car accidents. It applies to the occupants of a car (also includes pickups, SUVs, and most vehicles, but not motorcycle drivers or passengers), and also to pedestrians and bicyclists who are hit by a car.
Submit your medical expenses and lost wages to the No-Fault insurance company, which is the insurance company for the car you were in (or the car that hit you if you were a pedestrian or bicyclist). They should provide you with the necessary paperwork. We can help you figure out which company to contact.
Make sure your doctors and other health care providers know that your case involves a car accident and that all expenses should be covered by No-Fault. They will need to know the name of the insurance company along with the policy number and/or claim number.
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