What You Should Know about No-Fault for Bronx Car Accidents

What is No-Fault? If you are injured in a Bronx car accident, you are entitled to No-Fault benefits which will pay for your medical treatment, drugs, medical appliances, other medical expenses, household help and lost wages. The minimum coverage required under New York law is $50,000, but there may be more.

How to file an application for no-fault benefits: A claim for no-fault benefits must be filed within 30 days of your accident! No-Fault benefits are usually paid by the car insurance company for the car you were in at the time of the accident. If you were a pedestrian struck by a car in the Bronx, No-Fault benefits will be paid by the insurance company for the car that hit you. Sometimes it can be difficult to determine which insurance company is the No-Fault insurance company or whether your benefits will be paid by worker’s compensation. Be sure to tell me if you are working at the time of your accident because your medical bills may be covered by workers compensation instead of no-fault if you were working at the time of your car accident.

I have been told that many Bronx lawyers will not help you with no-fault or disability claims or will charge you if they do. If you have been injured in a Bronx car accident, you don’t have to do anything except call 1-800-HURT-911. I will file your claim for no-fault benefits, fill out and file your application for no-fault benefits and handle your claim for lost wages and all of your no-fault billing issues with your doctors, without any additional charge.

Will a plastic surgeon in the Bronx accept No-Fault for payment of plastic surgery?

Will a Bronx dentist accept No-Fault for dental treatment?

The No-Fault Independent Medical Exam (IME), do you need to go to the IME?

Can I Reverse a No-Fault Denial or Re-Open a No-Fault File Which Was Closed?